Abercorn Museum

West Lothian | Abercorn | Sculptured stones |

[Abercorn Museum]

This tiny collection of ancient stones - including Pictish cross shafts and a Viking hogback similar to those in Govan - is far from a major attraction, but makes an interesting diversion within easy reach of much of the Central Belt. The museum building (perhaps "shed" is a more accurate term) is just within the grounds of Abercorn Church. This has a particularly lovely arch with finely carved gargoyles above the main door, but the interior was locked on our visit.

[Archway above the entrance to Abercorn Church]

Location & info

📌 Abercorn Museum
Off minor road by Abercorn Church, G.R.: NT 081790 ///knees.silk.sinkhole
Always open (just slide back the bolt) | Free



[Abercorn Church]

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