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Someone has put a lot of thought into the exhibits in this gem of a museum. I really enjoyed my visit and especially the reconstruction of rooms in a house (bedroom, kitchen and lounge) with such attention to detail... Recipe books put out , Sunlight...More
During a road trip to the south of South Usit the road was blocked close to the Kildonan Museum. Instead of sitting in the car waiting for the road to be cleared my wife and I decided to make an unscheduled visit to this little...More
This is an interesting centre to visit as, in addition to the museum, there is a craft shop and cafe. The building was formerly a school which has been extended and modernised. The museum includes items from and about South Uist and details of Flora...More
This wasn't just a place to take shelter from the rain in. The items on show were a great way to gain an understanding on what life would have been like on the island. Unlike some places the exhibitions were not tacky but authentic and...More
My wife and visited this folklore museum and were extremely impressed by the amount of information and quality of the displays. The range of information was excellent, well worth a visit. Separate show and cafe in attached buildings.
We visited the museum on our journey north through the Uists. We saw the Viking longboat and it piqued our interest. Inside it is full of Hebridean heritage and fascinating facts. It's only small but there's lots to read about. The kids can do a...More
Situated off the main road, this fresh looking building with ample parking space caught the eye and made you turn off the road and investigate. The cafe was clean, well staffed and the snack we purchased was of first class quality. Outside seating was available...More