The Hearts Museum, situated in the Gorgie Stand, is open to visitors Thursday to Sunday every week.
Extensively researched and curated by Caroline Mathers and a team of Historians, the museum tells the story of the history of the club via words, artefacts and video.
Visitors are encouraged to come and spend some time in the museum and talk to our historians; entry is free, with an opportunity to donate to the upkeep of this unqiue attraction at the stadium.
Opening hours (may be subject to change - all changes will be announced via social media). The Museum will be closed on Sunday May 7th due to the Hearts v Aberdeen fixture.
||10am - 4pm
||10am - 4pm
Non match days: 10am - 4pm.
Match Days: 10am - 12pm
||12pm - 4pm
How to find us:
The museum entrance is via the gates at Tynecastle Terrace; limited parking is available locally off Gorgie Road. Visitors with accessibilty or special needs can contact the museum in advance for advice.
NB: The Memorial Garden is unable to be open on match-days due to security logistics.
All museum related queries including exhibits and donations should go firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy the finest hospitality in truly unique surroundings; the museum can be booked for private events, where we can cater for groups of between 6-20 diners.
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: