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!!
If you enjoy meeting people, bringing history to life and delivering excellent customer service then why not check out our current vacancies? We are looking for Heritage Attendants in our historical interpretation team and in our cafe team.
SNOUT AND ABOUT There has been rootlng going on up at the Township recently as our four new Mangalica pigs make themselves at home.
Their breed is known for its thick, woolly coat similar to that of a sheep - they are originally a crossbreed between Hungarian pigs and European wild boar. You can see them for yourself at the bottom of the slope up to our Township when you next visit.