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TUE 7 OCT

Scotland and The Great War

Black Watch Castle and Museum, Perth

Run by: Black Watch Castle and Museum

What does the Centenary mean for us?

clock18:30–20:30

Suitable for any age

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Professor Hew Strachan, Chichele Professor of the History of War at All Souls College, University of Oxford will visit the Castle and Museum to talk about Scotland and the Great War - what does the centenary mean for us?

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Cost

Ticket price will include drinks and canapés. Ticket price to be confirmed. Tickets must be booked in advance.

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Black Watch Castle and Museum

Balhousie Castle, Hay Street, Perth, PH1 5HR

About this location

The Black Watch Museum is housed in historic Balhousie Castle set in its own grounds beside the North Inch in Perth. Show more… The Museum is well signed on all approach routes into the city and parking is available. It is within easy walking distance of the centre.

The Museum is laid out chronologically in 10 rooms within the Castle. These display an amazing variety of artefacts illustrating the history of the Regiment as well as a fine collection of pictures. This unique and special collection consists of two and a half centuries of treasures of Scotland's oldest Highland Regiment. Uniforms, fine paintings, medals, photographs, weapons and military equipment bring to life the proud military heritage of this family Regiment.

Due to the nature of the building disabled access is limited. Please phone for advice.
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The Black Watch Museum is housed in historic Balhousie Castle set in its own grounds beside the North Inch in Perth. The Museum is well signed on all approach routes into the city and parking is available. It is within easy walking distance of the centre.

The Museum is laid out chronologically in 10 rooms within the Castle. These display an amazing variety of artefacts illustrating the history of the Regiment as well as a fine collection of pictures. This unique and special collection consists of two and a half centuries of treasures of Scotland's oldest Highland Regiment. Uniforms, fine paintings, medals, photographs, weapons and military equipment bring to life the proud military heritage of this family Regiment.

Due to the nature of the building disabled access is limited. Please phone for advice.

Contact

This activity is organised and run by Black Watch Castle and Museum.

Please register in advance.

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