Clackmannanshire Museum & Heritage Service
29 Primrose Street
Alloa FK10 1JJ
The Museum and Heritage Service can help you find out more about Clackmannanshire. The county, with its dramatic landscape of flat carseland on the north bank of the River Forth and dominant Ochil Hills, has a rich cultural history. There is archaeological evidence for prehistoric settlement, as well as some later occupation during the first millennium AD. Four impressive tower houses have survived at Alloa, Clackmannan, Castle Campbell in Dollar and Sauchie and, with Menstrie Castle, represent just a few of the great houses which once existed in the county. The Museum and Heritage Service has a fascinating collection of material, ranging from prehistoric items to industrial and social history objects, as well as an art collection.
Castle Campbell Hall, High Street
Dollar FK14 7AY
Dollar Museum is an independent local museum dedicated to the history and heritage of the village of Dollar, in the county of Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Set up in 1988, it occupies two floors of an early 19th century woollen mill (now called the castle Campbell Hall), and has a wide-ranging collection illustrating all aspects of the history of Dollar.