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Scotland's oldest lending library reveals the
cultural heritage of Strathearn. In a tranquil rural location beside the
River Earn The Library of Innerpeffray was founded in 1680 by David
Drummond 3rd Lord Madertie, along with a school, at Innerpeffray in rural
Today it opens its doors to thinking people from all
over the world, who come to enjoy the peaceful surroundings, to explore
the amazing social heritage captured in its 250 year old
Borrower’s Register, and turn the pages to be inspired by some of the
5000 books dating from 1502 to the 20th century.
Open Wed - Sat 10am - 12.45pm and 2pm - 4.45pm and Sunday afternoons
2pm - 4pm for something special in your visit to the Crieff area. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays and November to February
Find The Library on the
B8062 4 miles from Crieff on the Kinkell Bridge road.