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Auld Kirk Museum
Auld Kirk Museum

The Auld Kirk is one of the oldest buildings in Kirkintilloch. Built in 1644 as Saint Mary's Church, it is Category A listed. There is a full programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Most of the paintings held by the Auld Kirk Museum are of a topographical nature relating to East Dunbartonshire. Arthur Griffith was a commercial artist who painted fairy and fantasy paintings for his own pleasure. They are characterised by attention to detail and sureness of hand. Any painting not on display may be viewed by appointment.

Auld Kirk Museum

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Auld Kirk Museum is managed by East Dunbartonshire Council

East Dunbartonshire Council is an Art UK Partner

Auld Kirk Museum

Cowgate, Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire G66 1HN Scotland

0141 578 0144

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  • 23 October 2021

    It's Halloween competition time at William Patrick Library! We have a lovely autographed copy of Whispers in the Graveyard by local author Theresa Breslin to give away. Come and take part in our spooky character hunt from 25-30 October for a chance to win!