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All reviewswell worth a visitisland lifeinteresting exhibitsbeach huttwo world warsexcellent cafegeology exhibitfarm equipmentexcellent historylocal historytea roomfriendly staffrun by volunteersspent a weekcakesrainy daycouple of hours
Had a great visit to the museum lots of interesting history of Arran. Staff very knowledgeable and are only to happy to answer any questions about the island. Look out for special days they have just back from gala day on Sunday. Great basic food...More
Been visiting Arran for years and never once thought about going to the museum. Well, our loss! Great wee place, great stories and reminders of my youth. And all for only £4 for an adult.
Especially liked the tearoom which is tiny but serves great...More
This is a small museum of superb quality , organised and run by local volunteers, very knowlegable and very enthusiastic.The life of the island in past times is portrayed in the many exhibits on display even for those with no connection to the island it...More
Stopped off here to waste some time before a trip and glad we did. The set up is great, an old house and out buildings and lovely garden. Great tea rooms who did us a take away lunch. Generous portions and fresh produce. History was...More
I would advise making this one of your first stops when visiting Arran. Not only does it tell you the history of the island but it also gives you tips on where else to visit. Children can do a free quiz which keeps them engaged...More
We visited here to fill an afternoon and we wanted to know a bit more the island. £4 for an adult to get in and we weren't expecting much but was pleasantly surprised!
We spent a good couple of hours exploring the museum, I really...More
We visited this museum on a rainy day, very friendly helpful staff, and so much to see. Everything was laid out well and had plenty for kids and adults. Also the tearoom was a lovely bonus again with friendly staff and good soup!
It is suitable for disable people but I'm sorry I can't remember the cost, I do know there are concessions. The cafe serves fresh, tasty lunches and coffee and cake. The museum gives an insight into farming 100 years ago and... More
It is suitable for disable people but I'm sorry I can't remember the cost, I do know there are concessions. The cafe serves fresh, tasty lunches and coffee and cake. The museum gives an insight into farming 100 years ago and only the upstairs of the house would be inaccessible to wheel chair users