A warm welcome awaits you at the Heart of Midlothian Museum.
Extensively researched and curated our welcoming museum is run by a team of volunteer historians. The exhibitions tell the story of the history of the club via graphics, historic objects 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 unique attraction at the stadium
Thursday 10am - 4pm
Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm
Sunday 10pm - 2pm
NB: The Museum will be CLOSED on match days.
The Museum will be closed for match days and events; please see the table below:
All visitors entering the Museum must check-in by scanning the QR code (or sign in manually if preferred). Visitors MUST wear a mask at all times inside the Museum unless exempt - please let a member of staff know if you are exempt.
Our Museum staff are monitoring the numbers of visitors in the Museum and will occasionally ask visitors to wait outside if numbers have reached capacity.
Once inside, please keep a polite distance from other customer groups. We are working hard to lower risk for all visitors and to keep all areas in the Museum regularly sanitised.
How to find us
The museum entrance is via the gates at Tynecastle Terrace; limited parking is available locally off Gorgie Road. Visitors with accessibility or special needs can contact the Museum in advance for advice.
For any Museum queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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