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  • Looking throught the arches of the Cloisters to a sculpture in the restored Iona Abbey, Argyll & The Isles
    Looking throught the arches of the Cloisters to a sculpture in Iona Abbey
  • An art installation on one of the Art in Nature sculpture walks in Calgary Woods, Mull
    An art installation on one of the Art in Nature sculpture walks in Calgary Woods, Mull
  • Visitors explore the artefacts at the Campbeltown Heritage Centre in the former Lorne Street Church, Argyll & The Isles
    The Campbeltown Heritage Centre in the former Lorne Street Church
  • Castle House Museum set in beautiful gardens in Dunoon, Argyll & The Isles
    Castle House Museum set in beautiful gardens in Dunoon
  • Welcome to Dunoon sign in Gaelic, Argyll & The Isles
    Welcome to Dunoon sign in Gaelic

Discover the fabulous range of arts and cultural attractions in Argyll & The Isles and find out more about the identity of this region.

See the private world of an artist’s studio as part of Cowal Open Studios, join in at Gaelic lessons at the Islay Festival of Music & Malt or explore An Tobar, the vibrant Tobermory centre with local arts and craft to absorb the arts and culture of Argyll & The Isles.

Visit the Discovery Centre on Bute, featuring an exciting interactive exhibition housed in the 1924 Winter Garden. This circular cast iron and glass structure even contains a 90-seat cinema.

Housed inside a charming converted croft located just before Iona Abbey when arriving by ferry from the south, Iona Gallery and Pottery specialises in pictures depicting the startling natural beauty of this secluded Hebridean isle.

Juno Design Gallery is a modern and welcoming gallery which offers a fine selection of gifts, jewellery, ceramics, original paintings and prints, many of which are made in Scotland.

Use the listings to plan a creative day full of arts and cultural attractions in Argyll & The Isles.

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  1. Kilmartin Museum

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    4 Museum

    Lochgilphead

    Welcome to Kilmartin Museum your starting point to discover the fascinating prehistoric landscape of Kilmartin Glen.

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    Carradale

    Torrisdale Tannery specialises in the production of naturally coloured sheepskins and deer skins by employing ancient tanning methods that produce skins of the highest quality.

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    Tiree

    Visit the Treshnish Isles natural history exhibition in Hynish for an opportunity to learn about the enchanted Treshnish Isles, visible from the Isle of Tiree.

  4. Comar

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    Theatre

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    Tobermory & North Mull

    Mull Theatre, based at Druimfin, just outside Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, is one of Scotland's leading touring theatre companies, and the main producing and touring theatre of Argyll & Bute and the Highlands & Islands.

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    Colintraive

    Welcome to Orains contemporary interior design. Apart from creating unique items made of local Argyll wool, we offer creative felt making workshops in our studio overlooking the Kyles of Bute. Book now!

  6. Aosdana Gallery

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    Arts & Crafts

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    Oban, Mull and Lorn

    Discover the beautifully designed jewellery and artwork of local artisans at this unique gallery and working studio on Iona.

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    Rothesay

    This unique new Centre, housed in Rothesay's famous 1924 Winter Garden, houses a fascinating free multi-media exhibition, introducing you to the beautiful Isle of Bute.

  8. Heartfelt by Liz

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    Dalmally

    Heartfelt Studio is a textile treasure trove set within a unique Victorian Station in the village of Dalmally . Its landscape is wild and beautiful and a lovely place to visit

  9. The Auchindrain Trust

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    Exhibitions

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    Furnace

    See this remarkably well preserved example of a Highland farm township, a fascinating relic from a long-vanished period in Scottish agricultural history.

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    Colintraive

    Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park, opened in 2012 by Karen Scotland and Anne Edmonds, is an outdoor gallery tucked away on the Kyles of Bute on Argyll’s Secret Coast.

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