Open 7 days a week to hotel guests and the general public the museum charts the history of the hotel from when it opened as a Hydropathic establishment in 1878 through to its reopening after World War II and beyond.
There are tales of bankruptcy, colourful entrepreneurs,unusual and torturous spa treatments, and evacuees turning hotel to school. Our museum also delves behind the scenes of life for Victorian hotel servants including maids, porters, chauffeurs and gardeners, many of whom lived in the servants’ quarters where the museum stands.
The exhibition spaces are currently undergoing extensive refurbishment to enhance the visitor experience to our museum. Room settings and tactile exhibits will be packed full of historical insights and anecdotes,perfect for old and young to explore.
Until spring 2016 some of the rooms and corridors may be closed off due to these refurbishments and repairs. Please check with hotel reception before you plan your visit. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Our not to be missed museum has been awarded three stars by Visit Scotland and features on the Pitlochry Historical Trail.