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Visit one of the enchanting museums in the Highlands and uncover the legendary history of this beautiful region.
Step into the past at a Highland museum where you can learn about the infamous massacre of Glencoe, the notorious Highland clearances and what life was like on the Isle of Skye in days gone by.
Browse the listings to find information on museums in the Highlands and plan your great day out in Scotland today.
An award winning, 4-star Pictish interpretive centre in the Black Isle seaside village of Rosemarkie, family friendly, with a collection of National Significance and a quality gift shop.
Tain Through Time visitor centre presents the rich history of Easter Ross, including medieval royal Pilgrimages to Tain.
Step back in time and experience how islanders really lived at the unique and informative Skye Museum of Island Life.
Dingwall Museum is a local history museum in the Highlands.
Inverness City Centre
Explore exciting stories from the past and learn about the people, environment and traditions of the Highlands at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.
Free admission. An interactive and evolving museum in Inverness with nautical artefacts & large ships: e.g. 1:10 scale Titanic, Buckie drifter, RNLI lifeboat & more..
Housed in traditional 18th century thatched cottages, the Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum provides a rich insight the history of Glencoe area and its people.
Here in this thatched cottage built c1698 by his great-grandfather was born Hugh Miller, on 10 October, 1802.
Strathnaver Museum is a local history museum near Thurso in Caithness.
Colbost Croft Museum is a traditional croft house depicting how islanders lived in the 19th century.
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