support_graphicMelville Housing Association is redeveloping Dalkeith Corn Exchange with assistance of funding from Historic Scotland and the Lottery Fund.

In addition to this, The Corn Exchange will also house a new museum facility for the town which it is hoped will allow greater engagement with the local and wider community.



What’s New

  • Dark and Deadly Guided Walk Dalkeith 28 July, 2016 - Dalkeith Corn Exchange Heritage Officers proudly present an evening walk into Dalkeith’s dark and historic past, visiting places with their own stories to tell in the company of local tour guide and historian Rae McGhee and Norman Brett. Tales of witchcraft, hangings, grave robbing and murder will be shared whilst you explore the town centres […]
  • Murder at the Neuk , film show at Dalkeith Arts Centre 1 July, 2016 - “Murder at the Neuk” , a film made with Woodburn Primary school pupils was shown to an audience of 50 people  at Dalkeith Arts Centre last night together with a film about life for young people in Woodburn and Dalkeith. “Murder at the Neuk” was produced with the school   by Fiona Maher ,  a heritage […]
  • HRH Richard Duke of Gloucester opens the Corn Exchange 30 June, 2016 - Yesterday the Duke of Gloucester officially opened the Corn Exchange with an invited audience  of representatives from  partner and funding organisations, local Councillors and supporters of the scheme . The event went very well and the Duke was able to visit the museum and Dalkeith History Society members were on hand to show him around […]

Events Calendar


14sep10:30 amHeritage Drawing sessions in Dalkeith Museum