Hidden treasures museum in Scotland's highest village was a real treat. We had a trip down the now disused lead mine and Tony our guide was both informative, friendly and funny. He also took us to the miners cottages through the ages. We then went up the hill to see Margaret in the old miners library, what a lovely lady she explained how the library came about and the various village trophies and medals won for various activities. We finally ended up panning for gold with Margaret and found some little pieces. What a find, it needs more advertising to get more people to see this lovely old village and it's history, and the lovely people that look after it and greet you. A good family day out that will show the kids more than a computer/iPad can show them, in a stunning location. Go on you know you want to : )
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