Visit our nationally important art collection at Kirkcudbright Galleries and learn the story of the Kirkcudbright ‘Art Colony’,
through an audio-visual show “The Artists’ Town” and a permanent display of some of the best Kirkcudbright paintings in our collection.
After complete redevelopment of the 19th century Town Hall it is now home to an art gallery, which retains the Kirkcudbright Artists’ Collection, of recognised national significance, on permanent display.
The exhibition includes works by artists such as John Faed, Robert Sivell and Edward Atkinson Hornel. Jessie Marion King and Samuel John Peploe.
Kirkcudbright Galleries is now open Tues – Sat 10am – 5pm and from 5 June: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm. Entry is free but please book timed visit in advance to ensure that we can manage numbers and maintain physical distancing.
Unable to book on line, then please call The Midsteeple Box Office on 01387 253383 during opening hours (Tues – Sat, 10am – 1pm) and we will complete a booking for you over the phone.
If you arrive without booking a timed entry we will be happy to welcome you if the gallery has capacity. But if we are busy you may have to wait outside or come back at another time.
The gallery is fully accessible.
There is lift access to all floors.
Wheelchair loan is available and assistance dogs are welcome.
No designated parking spaces outside but there are usually parking spaces available nearby.
Level access to the ground floor main hall displays.
Men’s toilets are located on the ground floor, while ladies and disabled access toilets are located on the first floor foyer.
Please note, the glass doors for access to exhibition spaces are quite heavy if travelling alone, please speak to a member of our team who will provide information and assistance during your visit.