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The museum is free of charge but there a donation is appreciated. The exhibitions are very interesting and cover various topics. There are also many interactive displays which will delight the children. There's also a well-stocked shop and a café.
Popped in for a visit before our trip on Loch Ness and this place doesn't disappoint. Lots of interesting items to see and all for free (well worth a donation in the donation box). Time was short for us but you could easilt spend a...More
This is one of the few places I visited in the 24 hour I was in Inverness and I'm glad I did. Of course it covers the history of Inverness but also Scotland and its history. It starts from billions of years ago, the land...More
A lovely little museum to fill an hour or two.
There was a great exhibition about dinosaurs although I think this is only temporary. Our two loved it especially as there were things for little hands to touch. They (and hubby) learned plenty and James...More
While it is not large (you could spend maximum two hours there, I’d guess), the museum is free of charge, has excellent customer service and displays a variety of objects including (of my favourites) Pictish carvings, an animated hologram of a dinosaur, various stuffed animals...More
We had some time to kill and since the museum is free (though they ask for donations) we ceckedit out. It was as expected and they had some neat and interesting things in there. They have a really nice exhibit with things or kids...or adults...More
If the small, lovingly set museum is not enough to make you smile (how so??), the lovely coffee and locally made cakes and the excellent soups at the cafe will definitely open a big grin on your mug. Should that not suffice, the shop corner...More
The Jacobite section certainly compliments a visit to the Culloden battlefield and includes artefacts like the distinct Scottish flintlock pistols and a selection of dirks, with their individually designed handles . The miniature portrait of Mary,Queen of Scots is interesting as are the 'displayed' otter...More