The Highland Folk Museum brings to life the domestic and working conditions of earlier Highland peoples. Visitors to this living history Museum can learn how our Scottish Highland ancestors lived, how they built their homes, how they tilled the soil and how they dressed, in a friendly and welcoming environment. An award winning visitor attraction, the Museum not only encapsulates human endeavour and development in Highland life from the 1700s to the present day, but offers an opportunity to explore a beautiful natural setting, home to red squirrels and tree creepers. A great day out for everyone! NO ENTRY CHARGE - DONATIONS WELCOME!! High Life Highland is a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No. SC407011 and is a registered Scottish charity No. SC042593
It's actually a casualty of the hot weather that we have been having here over the last few weeks. It's only ever a shallow pond so it's not surprising that it has dried up but I'm sure we will see it back to normal later in the year. We hope you are enjoying the nice weather whilst it lasts?
Don't miss "Coming Home, WW1 in the Highlands" exhibition on show in our church from next Wednesday. This was created from a series of workshops, some of which were held at the museum in 2017. It runs until 26 Aug - hope you can come along and see us!
We'd like to say congratulations to our Conservator, Jeanette Pearson, who along with her colleague Richard Aitken, were winners at the recent High Life Highland (HLH) Staff Awards. They won the award in the Innovation Category for their work as the Conservation Team for HLH archives and HLH museums.