Open today Booking essential
Baby Changing Facilities
Limited Car Parking Facilities
No Smoking venue
Disabled Access. Lift Available for Main Hall on first floor.
Paid parking at the front and the rear of the building with disabled parking and disabled access.
Dalrymple Hall and Arts Centre is a popular Hall, used by many community groups for meetings and clubs. It is also an excellent venue for ceilidhs, birthday parties and fundraisers. Built in 1881 by money provided by Capt. John Dalrymple and his brother, the hall was used as a Café, Museum, Art School, Library, Baths, Dining Room, Public Hall, and a Sheriff Court once a month. The Beatles played at the Dalrymple Hall on Monday 23rd May 1960 with Tommy Moore on drums before Ringo Starr joined the band. The Queen also visited in the hall in 1953.
The price categories for each hall space are as per the table below. For category Prices follow the link.
|Rooms 1, 2 and 3||A|
|Main Hall only||C|
|Main Hall and Stage||D|
Due to local licensing restrictions the consumption/sale of alcohol is not permitted in this Hall unless an Occasional Licence is granted by Aberdeenshire Council's Licensing Department. Find out more and apply for a licence: Occasional licence to sell alcohol
Seating capacity 70, Standing capacity 50
Seating capacity 36, Standing capacity 40
Main Hall and Balcony
Main hall up to 220, Balcony 92, Standing capacity 360