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Vanessa P - Jaywalking around Town wrote a review Dec 2019
Calgary, Canada1,066 contributions414 helpful votes
It is a store bottom line. So stop by and check all the things they have. If you have a clan, they have books where you can find your family tartan.
Date of experience: July 2019
Visit Blighty wrote a review Nov 2019
2,737 contributions296 helpful votes
Mainly a tourist shop with a museum area which in practice has very limited opening hours & needs to be paid for in cash
After arriving by sleeper train and having picked up my rental car this was stop one of my North Coast 500 adventure and was essentially the first of 3 epic fails in a row! Luckily after that things kept getting better. Firstly parking is not easy, but I found a spot. I waltzed in excited after months of planning to at last be there and experiencing it only then to be bitterly disappointing. The entry to the museum is £2.50 which had to be paid in cash and secondly I was informed a coach load of cruise passengers had just gone up and straight after there was another load. So I (a solo traveller) could not visit. The museum is also closed at the weekend. So..... all in all it’s basically just a huge tourist shop you can browse through and find any manner of tartan clad item etc. Fun to see and trinkets galore, but not the reason I was there.…
Date of experience: August 2019
AlanM wrote a review Sep 2019
11 contributions19 helpful votes
We had hoped to tour the 'factory' part of it on our last day in Scotland (Sunday), but they don't do tours on weekends so we missed out. The staff was VERY nice though, helping me to find a parking spot (Tesco's around the corner as front street was all taken - I bought a candy bar there so I could 'legally' park there for 2 hours - cost me 60p. They have LOTS of stuff. More than I have seen on one place on our entire trip! Had fun just going through it all - and the staff are all wearing kilts! It was great.…
Date of experience: September 2019
1 Helpful vote
Carol M wrote a review May 2019
Fargo, North Dakota, United States10 contributions5 helpful votes
Tucked upstairs is a great museum of Kilt making. Many displays, a short video (informative and funny), and opportunity to watch the kilt makers. Everyone will learn and enjoy kilts!
Date of experience: May 2019
Mille A wrote a review May 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark8 contributions1 helpful vote
Friendly staff, beautiful shop and quiet, but nice music playing. A huge selection of all the best souvenirs available.
Date of experience: April 2019