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This page provides museum website links throughout the Ross and Cromarty area for the benefit of visitors to our site.
In order to visit any of these museum sites click on either the name of the site or the image in the links below. If any external links to museum websites do not work please let Ross and Cromarty Heritage know so that the missing external links can be repaired.
The Cromarty Courthouse is a Grade A listed building. Originally built in 1773 as a courthouse, it now houses fascinating exhibitions about the historic town of Cromarty and the parish of Resolis. The courthouse is also used a a unique wedding venue.
The museum is housed within a landmark building, which was once the centre of local government. Local artifacts and fascinating tales of human exploits unique to Dingwall are on display. The displays include an early 20th century kitchen and a collection of blacksmith tools.
The museum takes a journey through time showing how local people lived and worked in Gairloch through the ages. The website contains pages of the exhibits, archive & library, events and exhibitions as well as plans for the new museum.
The museum, renowned for its display of Pictish carved stones, is located within the coastal village of Rosemarkie. The website provides details of current exhibitions and lectures throughout the year. There are also pages on the Mosaic Trail, Outreach and Academic Lecture publications.
The Highland Museum of Childhood is located in the old railway station in the spa village of Strathpeffer. Originally based on the doll and toy collection of former Strathpeffer resident Mrs Angela Kellie. It contains a collection of children’s toys, games, costume, books , photographs and much more.
The museum is in Hayes Hall, the old dance hall of the Royal British Legion. It is identified by a wall of murals and 'unexploded mine' outside the building. The website has pages covering Invergordon in WWI and WWII, the Polish Camp, war graves and HMS Natal.
This website is part of the Russian Arctic Convoy Project, which aims to create a multi-site museum around the shores of Loch Ewe dedicated to the Arctic Convoys. The Exhibition in Aultbea has an extensive collection of convoy artefacts, pictures, photos, models and more are on display.
Tain & District Museum is an independent, volunteer run museum in the North of Scotland. We serve the area of Easter Ross; helping to perserve and interpret our past and provide locals and visitors alike with a high quality experience when they visit.
Tarradale Through Time is a major multi-period project exploring 8,000 years of Archaeology. The project based at Tarradale has been run from 2017 for 3 years. The website has pages on the project areas, upcoming events, news and photo galleries.
This website has been set up by Frieda and Martin Gostwick to introduce a new and wider public to Hugh Miller. This website is a source of reference, not only about Hugh Miller and his contemporaries, but also the era of emerging new sciences.
The museum is housed in the Category A listed Thomas Telford church built in 1829. As well as displays of the social history of Lochbroom of crofting, fishing and the klondykers, the museum offers a Genealogy Research Service