We spent around an hour here. It's great for learning about Scottish history - especially the Jacobite era (it's good to combine a visit here with (and before) a Jacobite tour of Loch Ness, for visitors to Inverness).More broadly, the gradual transition of geography and ecology of Scotland over the last 10,000+ years is detailed. We particularly enjoyed the machine which pressed a 1 penny piece into an engraved, squashed penny with the museum name and logo into (50p charge for this). Great for both adults and kids, and also a free 1-2 hours spent learning about interesting Scot's history. Highly recommended.
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