Museums in Scotland
GRAMPIAN TRANSPORT MUSEUM
Montgarrie Road, Alford, Aberdeenshire, AB33 8AE
Award winning museum of the land transport of North East Scotland. Over 100 road vehicle exhibits many working. Travellers Rest tea shop is open daily in July and August, otherwise every Sunday. Outdoor events programme. Children's pla...
BLAIRS MUSEUM & ST. MARY'S CHAPEL
Deeside Road, Blairs, Aberdeen, AB12 5YQ
You can come face to face with over 500 years of Religious History at the Blairs Museum. The museum is set in part of the former Blairs College on the picturesque Royal Deeside. The Blairs Museum has a remarkable collection of embroidered vestments.
GIANT MACASKILL MUSEUM & COLBOST CROFT MUSEUM
Tigh na Bruaich, Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, IV55 8WA
Exhibition with model of tallest 'true' giant he was 7ft 9in in height Angus MacAskill & stories of his feats of strength. Translations in several languages available. The Colbost Croft Museum is an old black house showing how people lived ...
Museums & Galleries
CLAN CAMERON MUSEUM
Achnacarry, Spean Bridge, Inverness-shire, PH34 4EJ
The Clan Cameron Museum was opened by Sir Fitzroy MacLean of Dunconnell in 1989. It is in the grounds of Achnacarry, the centre of Clan Cameron Country and home of the Chief of the Clan and his family. Exhibits at the museum include: Bonnie Pr...
THE SAVINGS BANKS MUSEUM
Ruthwell, Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, DG1 4NN
The museum, in an 18th century building, charts the history of the savings bank movement and the role played by the Rev Henry Duncan DD - Minister, Author, Antiquarian, Geologist, Publisher, Philanthropist, Artist and Businessman. The museum is...
GLENESK FOLK MUSEUM
The Retreat, Tarfside, Glenesk, Angus, DD9 7YT
A community owned and charitable company. Showing a collection of local exhibits portraying a way of life, though gone not forgotten, plus tearoom and gift shop. Genealogical archives, community room and business and conference offices.
23 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH1 1BP
Established in 1977 as Edinburgh’s specialist photographic centre, STILLS is now recognised as one of Scotland’s leading centres for research, production and exhibition of contemporary art inspired by existing and emerging technologies.