Tullibody Heritage Centre
The Heritage Centre was opened in 2003
by George Reid, Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament (A Tullibody Lad)
The centre is dedicated to narrating the rich history of Tullibody village and the neighbouring Cambus area. With its diverse range of attractions, our centre is sure to capture the attention of people of all ages.
Open by arrangement all year
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Admission by donation
Adults £7.00 per annum
What will you discover?
The Heritage Centre includes census returns, information for the family historian and all the news (Tullibody/Cambus) from 1841 to the present day and is continually being developed.
We have compiled an A-Z selection of files containing some births, deaths and marriages, also photographs and memorabilia.
Grave recordings and photographs of most of the stones in the Auld Kirkyard date back to 1699.
And have transcribed the Poor Records of the income and expenditure by the trustees that ran the Poor House in Tullibody from 1702 to 1892. It gives names of individuals who were using a Mortcloth for burial and also who received relief.
If you would like to add any pictures or stories about Tullibody, please contact us.
Old School Room
Dress up and take a lesson in our victorian school room
Tullibody model village c1923
Regular talks from guest speakers.