Fordyce Joiner’s Workshop Visitor Centre

Delightful museum of joinery and workshop for craftsman, with a lovely wee garden overlooking the Burn of Fordyce.

Rural carpentry has been extremely important to farmers, dairies, distillers, and the entire economy of small towns in Scotland. The Fordyce Joiner’s Workshop displays a selection of tools used in the area, along with items made. Audio-visual presentations also offer other insights not otherwise obvious.

Address: West Church St
Fordyce, Banffshire AB45 2SL

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