Strathpeffer Places

Strathpeffer Community Collage


Located in Strathpeffer's old railway station the museum tells the story of childhood in the Highlands. 

Explore the life of children, crofters and townsfolk and their customs and traditions.

Facilities on site are toilets, a garden and picnic area, plus ample parking with disabled parking bays and wheelchair access onto the platform.



There is a Coffee Shop which offers delicious home-made food, tea/coffee and baking to be consumed inside or at tables on the platform.



Several small units offer locally made gifts, crafts, food, original artwork, jewellery, cards, and more.
 

Highland Museum of Childhood



Originally the museum was home to the Angela Kellie doll collection but over the years has expanded to include children's toys, games and costume.  A temporary exhibition changes annually and there are hands-on activities and quiz sheets for younger visitors

A welcome awaits school and other group visits to the museum and the education space - the Goods Shed.  Booking should be made beforehand (tel 01997 421031).  Information about the education and events programme can be found on the museum website www.highlandmuseumofchildhood.org.uk 

The museum is open daily from 1 April to 31 October.  Please see website for updated rates and times.  
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