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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Welcome to the Highlanders' Museum
Elgin Museum is Scotland’s oldest independent museum.
Nestled on the stunning Trotternish Peninsula, the Trotternish Artist Studio and Gallery features a wide selection of landscape originals and mounted photographic work.
Nestled on Dunnet Bay, the Seadrift Centre is the perfect place to discover and learn about the local wildlife of the Highlands.
Explore exciting stories from the past and learn about the people, environment and traditions of the Highlands at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
Maryck Memories of Childhood is a museum in Sutherland.
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.
HistoryLinks Museum is a local history museum in Dornoch.
Ullapool Museum and Visitor Centre is a local history museum based in the town.
Arts & Crafts
Skyeskyns is Scotland's only traditional exhibition tannery and offers free guided tours to see the story of leather. A world-class sheepskin experience.
The gallery is a purpose built space rare in the north west highlands and is the perfect place to visit.
Clan Cameron Museum tells the history of Clan Cameron.
Discover the story and amazing history of the picturesque port of Lybster at the Lybster Harbour and Visitor Centre.
Mallaig Heritage Centre is a local history museum and archive for Mallaig and West Lochaber.
Informative and entertaining Loch Ness Monster Presentation
Specialising in mixed media and watercolour, Duncan Currie paints at the Broadford Gallery and Sandbank Studio, Isle of Skye.
Here in this thatched cottage built c1698 by his great-grandfather was born Hugh Miller, on 10 October, 1802.
Learn about the local and natural history of Kyleakin and Eilen Ban at the Bright Water Visitor Centre and discover the diverse wildlife that dwells there.
Find out more about the events leading up to, during and after the Battle of Culloden at the new and award-winning visitor centre.
Enjoy a warm and welcoming atmosphere at the Tomintoul Art Gallery, home to artist in residence, Jane Lannagan.