Isle Of Ulva Heritage Centre


Isle Of Ulva, Ulva Ferry, Isle Of Mull, Argyll, PA73 6LZ

    Discover how life was once lived on the remote Isle of Ulva, located off the west coast of the Isle of Mull.

    Located just a one minute boat trip away from the Isle of Mull, the Isle of Ulva Heritage Centre is an excellent starting point for visitors to this tiny island. Interpretative displays offer a compelling insight into the development of life on Ulva and provide information on local wildlife and suggested walking trails around the island. Near the centre is Sheila’s Cottage, a carefully reconstructed dwelling named after its last resident Sheila MacFadyen in the early 20th century. Inside are displays on the human history of Ulva which was most came to a complete halt during the devastating Highland Clearances on the 1840s.  Once home to a population of 700 during the early 19th century, today Ulva numbers just under 30 inhabitants. Adjacent to the centre is the Boathouse, a licensed tearoom which serves a menu of local produce including freshly caught oysters.

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    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2015 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015

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