Scotland's Early Silver

Discover the story of Scotland’s early silver, and how this precious metal helped to shape the first kingdoms of Scotland, in Scotland’s Early Silver at Duff House.

Featuring spectacular objects dating from AD75 to AD1000, and supported by The Glenmorangie Research Project on Early Medieval Scotland, Scotland’s Early Silver explores the part that silver played in the transformation of society in Scotland throughout the first millennium AD.

Cost: Adult: £7.50, Child (5-15): £4.50, U5: Free, Conc.: £6.00, Member/Explorer Pass holder: Free

Further Information

Contact Duff House
Phone 01261 818181
Website Duff House


Friday 12th October 2018 - Sunday 17th March 2019


Duff House
AB45 3SX
Phone: 01261 818181

Disabled Facilities

Disabled badge holder car parking. Level entry and two wheelchairs available. Disabled toilets. Lift to all floors.

Car Parking

Free car parking.

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