JD Fergusson Gallery
St John's Kirk
Daunting St John's Kirk, founded in 1126, is surrounded by cobbled streets and is still the centrepiece of the town. In 1559 John Knox...
The city's main museum is worth wandering through for the elegant neoclassical interior alone. There's a varied shower of exhibits,...
Perth’s best pub has a strange outdoor space with windows peering out onto the street, an ornate entrance gate and a large, cosy...
Occupying part of the foyer of the ambitious, inspiring Perth Concert Hall, this open-plan cafe offers an eclectic range of daytime...
JD Fergusson Gallery information
Lonely Planet review
Beautifully set in the round waterworks building, this gallery exhibits much of the work of the Scottish Colourist JD Fergusson in a most impressive display. Fergusson spent time in Paris, and the influence of artists such as Matisse on his work is evident; his voluptuous female portraits against a tropical-looking Riviera background are memorable, as is the story of his lifelong relationship with noted Scottish dancer Margaret Morris.