The historical Perth Museum and Art Gallery is the main museum and exhibition space in the city of Perth, Scotland. It is located in the Marshall Monument, named in memory of Thomas Hay Marshall, a former provost of Perth. The Marshall Monument was designed by David Morison. In 1822 the Construction was began and in 1824 it was opened as a library and museum by the Literary and Antiquarian Society of Perth.
It is one of the United Kingdom's oldest purpose built museums and, it was gifted to the city by the Society on the condition that it was continued to be used only as a library or museum in 1915.