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Dollar Museum

Photo credit: Google image capture October 2009, © 2019 Google

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Museum or gallery in Clackmannanshire

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Dollar Museum is an independent local museum dedicated to the history and heritage of the village of Dollar in Clackmannanshire, Scotland. The Museum occupies two floors of a nineteenth-century woollen mill, now called the Castle Campbell Hall. Collections include artefacts, documents, photographs and works of art from the prehistoric to the present day to illustrate the history of Dollar. Within the art collection there are a number of oils, including a double portrait of Harry Bell, Rector of Dollar Academy (1936–1960) and Dr Andrew Mylne, the first Rector of the Academy.

Castle Campbell High Street, Dollar, Clackmannanshire FK14 7AY Scotland

dollarmuseum@btconnect.com

01259 742895

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https://dollarmuseum.org.uk/