A warm welcome awaits you at the Heart of Midlothian Museum.
The Heart of Midlothian Museum tells the story of the rich history of our club, via beautifully curated exhibitions and video. Our staff and volunteers work tirelessly to preserve, protect and catalogue a host of records, objects and images so that we can continue to share our heritage.
From Saturday 5th December, we are delighted to be re-opening the Museum during Saturdays or Sundays (home match weekends) from 10:30 – 16:30!
New safety procedures have been put into place, to minimise the risk of COVID spread and maintain visitor safety.
All visitors will require a pre-booked appointment for a set time slot within the Museum and numbers will be restricted to ensure safe distancing can take place.
Book your 45-minute appointment by following the links below:
Entry to the Museum is free, but on booking, there will be an opportunity to donate towards Hearts Heritage to support our future projects.
All visitors are asked to read the safety procedures before visiting the Museum. CLICK HERE to view.
How to find us
The Museum entrance is via the gates at Tynecastle Terrace; limited parking is available locally of Gorgie Road. Visitors with accessibilty or special needs can contact the Museum in advance for advice (email@example.com)