Information boards within the Clan Museum provide an overview of clan history, which is closely associated with an area stretching from Rannoch in the west of Perthshire to the border with Angus in the east.
Exhibits include the Clach na Brataich or Stone of the Standard, which has a history dating back some 700 years. For centuries after its discovery the stone was believed to be a predictor of Clan Donnachaidh's fortunes and also to have extraordinary curative powers.
The museum also holds some important artefacts associated with the clan's involvement in the Jacobite uprisings.
Items of clan merchandise are available for sale, including "Scotland's Clan Donnachaidh Country", a book that describes a number of visitor routes with clan and local history associations.
Opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm (7 days)
Restaurant (nearby within House of Bruar complex)
For more information visit: www.donnachaidh.com