This page gives you some links to other web-pages which feature items of interest about Moffat. Moffat Museum is not responsible for the contents of these web-pages, and will not vouch for their accuracy or any errors they contain. Nevertheless, please enjoy!

Moffat at The Tate

Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) selections from Scotch Lakes Sketchbook, 1801.

In June‚ÄďAugust 1801, a young Turner completed a tour of Scotland via the Lake District and Chester, producing many sketches in a double folio sketchbook. These links are to those relating to Moffat. The drawings are across two pages, left and right, and are best viewed on a computer rather than your phone or tablet.

Moffat History

Electric Scotland started scanning in books before there was an Internet archive or Google even existed so they’ve been doing it for a long time and they try to ensure this is a good resource for folk interested in things Scottish.

Includes Some old pictures of Moffat from Sean at the Moffat Toffee Shop.

Words of WW1

As part of last year’s memories of WW1, Moffat Museum showed 10 short films released in August 2018 during the Centenary of the First World War. Each has been built to bridge a gap that spans 100 years. Cross them with us to explore the lives of soldiers with dreams, hopes and fears as intricate as our own. Explore them again on their YouTube Channel.


Canmore contains more than 320,000 records and 1.3 million catalogue entries for archaeological sites, buildings, industry and maritime heritage across Scotland. Compiled and managed by Historic Environment Scotland, Canmore contains information and collections from all its survey and recording work, as well as from a wide range of other organisations, communities and individuals who are helping to enhance this national resource. Here are the 350+ entries for Moffat – if you know Moffat, we’re sure that you’ll find a lot of familiar sights.