The museums and galleries of the Highlands are home to a number of unique and high quality exhibitions and displays. Learn about the geography of the area and witness the story of the rural community over the last century.
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Nestled on the stunning Trotternish Peninsula, the Trotternish Artist Studio and Gallery features a wide selection of landscape originals and mounted photographic work.
The gallery is a purpose built space rare in the north west highlands and is the perfect place to visit.
Tain Through Time visitor centre presents the rich history of Easter Ross, including medieval royal Pilgrimages to Tain.
Explore exciting stories from the past and learn about the people, environment and traditions of the Highlands at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
Enjoy a visit to St Fergus Art Gallery, situated in Wick and explore a diverse selection of fine arts and crafts.
Clan Cameron Museum tells the history of Clan Cameron.
Grantown On Spey
Award-winning attraction with unique heather story exhibition, extensive gift shop, large garden centre selling 300 different heathers, antique shop, famous Clootie Dumpling Restaurant and children's play area.
Located on the outskirts of Portree, Aros has a fascinating combination of music, wildlife, film and exhibitions.
Colbost Croft Museum is a traditional croft house depicting how islanders lived in the 19th century.
Timespan Heritage and Arts Centre is a museum of social and natural history, contemporary art gallery, archive, gift shop, herb garden and cafe.
Grantown Museum tells the story of the founding of this planned town, bringing the story up to date using modern and traditional display methods
Here in this thatched cottage built c1698 by his great-grandfather was born Hugh Miller, on 10 October, 1802.
Based in Thurso library, Swanson Gallery has a year round programme of local, Highland and touring exhibitions of fine artwork.
The Wick Heritage Centre is a local history museum which presents the story of the town.
Learn all about Glencoe's remarkable history, landscape and wildlife in the National Trust for Scotland's visitor centre.
HistoryLinks Museum is a local history museum in Dornoch.
Isle Of Skye
Set in a restored Highland croft, the museum shows off the greatness of Angus MacAskill, who was born in 1825 and grew to a mighty 7’9” tall. In 1981 he was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the tallest “true giant”.
Informative and entertaining Loch Ness Monster Presentation
Nestled on Dunnet Bay, the Seadrift Centre is the perfect place to discover and learn about the local wildlife of the Highlands.
No visit to Speyside would be complete without a visit to the Speyside Cooperage, the only cooperage in Britain with a visitor centre.