Northern Scotland > Places to Visit > Museums
Orkney Museum features Pre-historic and Viking Orkney in one of Scotland's finest displays, in the town house and gardens of an Orkney Laird.
Strathnaver Museum is a locally run museum which first opened to the public in 1976. It is housed in what was St Columba's Parish Church at the eastern end of Bettyhill on the north coast of Sutherland.
The Haa of Tangwick was built in the late 17th century for the Cheyne family. Different aspects of life in Northmavine through the years are illustrated by using a mixture of photographs and artefacts.
Toy Museum, Glendale
The Glendale Toy Museum suffered a devastating fire on the evening of 13th of may 2002. No one was injured.
Angus Folk Museum
Angus folk museum presents a vivid insight into how the rural workforce used to live.
Clan Cameron Museum
Camerons of the Internet, Aonaibh Ri Cheile! Visit the website for the Clan Cameron Association. Whether you are a Cameron by surname, by descent or a Cameron sept, we welcome you to join us!
Corrigall Farm Museum
Experience Orkney Farm and Folk life at the Kirkbuster and Corrigall farm museums. Buildings and grounds include a working barn with grain kiln; traditional crafts and livestock; horse drawn implements and machines.
Visit Captain Scott's famous polar exploration ship RRS Discovery at Discovery Point in Dundee, one of Scotland's finest visitor attractions.
Known for its fine collection of Pictish Stones and local fossils.
Grampian Transport Museum
Lots to see and do; dramatic displays, working exhibits and video presentations that trace the history of travel and transport in the Grampian area.
Grantown Museum tells the story of the people and the building of Grantown-on-Spey.
Hugh Miller's Cottage
The cottage where Hugh Miller, who became a stonemason, eminent geologist, editor and writer was born.
Laidhay Croft Museum
Laidhay Croft is a typical ancient long-house or byre-dwelling that was once a common feature of the Scottish rural landscape.
Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum
A magnificent collection of 26 sculptured monuments, one of the most important site-specific assemblages of early medieval sculpture in Western Europe.
Since 1858 Nairn Museum has fascinated generations of visitors and locals alike.
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