Fraserburgh Heritage Centre has reopened its doors to the public for the start of the new season.
The centre reopened to the public yesterday (Wednesday, April 1) - complete with a number of new displays for visitors to enjoy.
The new displays include an exhibit called ‘Bicycles Through the Years’ - and heritage centre staff and volunteers are urging people who don’t know what a ‘bone-shaker’ is to come along to the centre to find out!
There will also be update files in the Fraser Library, located within the heritage centre.
The centre’s fully-stocked shop will also be reopening with locally sourced gifts, jams, biscuits, craftwork, candles and an extensive range of pocket money toys.
Commenting, a spokesperson for the heritage Centre said: “We’re very excited about opening for the new season and we hope to see a great number of visitors to this unique, four-star visitor attraction.”
For further information, you can visit the centre’s Facebook page or their website at www.fraserburghheritage.com