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All reviews gift shop on display rainy day worth a visit dark room interesting place to visit great collection entry fee coach trip great wee couple of hours two floors for sale gem stones small museum private collection beautiful crystals
Saw treasures of the earth advertised and also marketed as museum . Very disappointed at being directed to entrance and charged £5 per person entry to see a display of rocks and crystals... have seen similar displays in rock shops and would not consider this...More
What a little gem of a place to visit! Made to feel most welcome by all the staff who were courteous and engaging at all times.
I was intrigued by many of the exhibits and the colours of some were spectacular. The information boards were...More
found this a strange museum, it gives the impression it is all to do about the shop. paid five pounds to a very unwelcoming uninterested youngster. no directions no route to take. they have interesting displays but it has a strange feel to it. for...More
Decided to take a walk to Corpach from Caol with my partner to see the gem stone and the fossil exhibits as an afternoon activity. My partner is a local to the area and informed me that the exhibits had not been changed in the...More
A small museum that has succeeded in being bigger in giving an experience that it's size suggests.
There are many gems, geodes and fossils displayed here, with a mini exhibition in the museum of gems that glow in UV light.
I found that there was...More
We called in as we had seen it advertised as an attraction to visit whilst we were near Fort William, we thought that the attraction was free to visit having read it ‘somewhere’ so having to pay an entrance fee was a little disappointing, whilst...More
We visited on a wet Monday afternoon. The exhibits are nicely laid out, with information about the different types of rock and crystal. I liked the dark room where you could see the luminosity of some rock types. The petrified wood and large amethysts were...More
Absolutely loved the exhibit! It was very interesting and really appealed to my inner magpie. They have some beautiful stones, gems and fossils and the information surrounding them is interesting and insightful. I happily spent hours looking around the exhibit and possibly as much time...More
This place is small but interesting. We popped in as we were at a loose end for an hour or so. The entrance price £5 adults £3 kids is reasonable and there are a few interesting things to look at. Don’t expect to spend ages...More