The Clan Gunn Heritage Centre tells the story of one of Scotland's oldest clans, from its Norse origins to the present day.
Explore the history and heritage of the Clann Gunn and discover where it fits into the Highland history of Scotland. The heritage centre is housed in the old Parish Church, Latheron which was built in 1734.
Containing one of the best clan archives in Scotland, the heritage centre explores the genealogy and movement of one of the oldest and most northerly clans. A place of pilgrimage for Gunns from all over the world, the heritage centre also provides a fascinating introduction to the Norse heritage of Scotland.
The museum covers the story of Clan Gunn, including the clan’s role in the 1745 uprising and the effect of the Highland clearances on society and agriculture.