The eagerly anticipated brand new Hearts Museum is now open to the public
The stunning museum has been extensively researched by Hearts own museum curator Caroline Mathers and an incredibly knowledgeable team of Hearts historians over the last 18 months. It tells the story of the club’s history since its inception in 1874 in words, artefacts and video and entry is entirely free to the public with a donations only policy.
Situated in the Gorgie Stand, fans can access it directly from Tynecastle Terrace and limited parking is available locally off Gorgie Road.
The stunning Memorial Garden at Hearts is also open, with opening hours mirroring that of the museum. The Memorial Garden is also free to enter for the public.
The Museum only will be open on match-days from 10am -12pm (unless there is a lunch-time kick-off). The Memorial Garden is unable to be open on match-days due to security logistics.
The museum is also available for private dining - where you can enjoy the finest hospitality in truly unique surroundings.
We can cater for groups between six & 18 dinners on weekday (non-matchday) evenings.
The Museum and the Memorial Garden is open as follows;
NB: The Memorial Garden is unable to be open on match-days due to security logistics.
Opening times may be subject to change but will be updated on Hearts' social media platforms if this is the case.
||10am - 4pm
||10am - 4pm
Non match days: 10am - 4pm.
Match Days: 10am - 12pm
||12pm - 4pm
All museum related queries including exhibits and donations should go email@example.com
To find out more about dining in the museum please contact our events team on 0131 200 7240 or email Carla@homplc.co.uk
Please have a look around the museum below. The table has been set for ten, although we can cater for up to 18: