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In response to Government guidance on coronavirus, The Highland Folk Museum will remain closed until further notice. This is in line with High Life Highland’s closure of all its Leisure and Community Facilities, Libraries and Museums from the end of the working day on Friday 20 March 2020. The health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff and volunteers remains, as always, our number one priority.

We thank you all for your understanding during these difficult and unprecedented times for everyone and we will be keeping in touch through our social media and website.

In the meantime, if you have any further queries, please email [email protected]

No entry charge – donations welcome.   

 

 

The Highland Folk Museum has a wide range of facilities to ensure a comfortable and
enjoyable visit for your visit.

centre of site picDon’t miss purchasing your copy of our guidebook, with colour photos and lots of information on all our buildings across the site, it is the perfect companion to your visit. Guidebooks are also available to purchase from our reception, shop and sweetie shop.

 

Please ask a member of our team if you require directions or assistance.

Car parking

Free parking is available at the Museum for all visitors. We have a large car park with bays for coaches and marked spaces for less able visitors beside the reception entrance.

Toilets

Toilet and baby changing facilities can be found at our main reception area and are also available at Croft and Township.

Dogs

guide dogs onlyAssistance dogs are welcome. For all other dogs there is a fenced enclosure at reception, which has shelter and water provided to enable you to leave your dog (at your own risk) when visiting the Museum. Please speak to a member of our team for advice on dog walks nearby.

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