By Inveraray PA32 8XN
Farm townships like Auchindrain were once common throughout Scotland and indeed much of Europe. Today only Auchindrain survives as an exceptionally complete, evolved group of farm buildings, dating from the period 1750-1840.
Glencoe & North Lorn Folk Museum
Glencoe PH49 4HS
The Glencoe Folk Museum was co-founded in 1966 with the aim 'To collect, preserve and exhibit articles, costume, objects and information, relevant to the history and social conditions of the Glencoe and North Lorn district for the purposes of education and interest'.
Hill House, The
The Hill House, Upper Colquhoun Street
Helensburgh G84 9AJ
The Hill House is considered to be Charles Rennie Mackintosh's finest domestic creation. Sitting high above the Clyde, it is home to original Mackintosh furniture and interior design and also has attractive formal gardens designed recognisably in the Mackintosh style.
Inveraray Jail & County Court
Church Square, Inveraray
Argyll PA32 8TX
Inveraray Jail is a living museum and top Scottish visitor attraction where real people portray life in a 19th century prison. Interact with costumed characters, watch courtroom trials, talk to the prisoners, meet the Warder, go to jail and witness cell life, sample the punishments, browse the exhibition of prison artefacts, then make your escape.
Iona Abbey & Nunnery - Historic Scotland
Island of Iona PA76 6SQ
Founded by St Columba in 563, the restored abbey and monastic buildings retain their spiritual atmosphere, and house a superb collection of over 180 medieval carved stones, from high crosses to pillow stones.
Kilmartin House Museum
Kilmartin House Museum
Kilmartin PA31 8RQ
There are more than 350 ancient monuments within a six-mile radius of the village of Kilmartin, Argyll: 150 of them are prehistoric. This extraordinary concentration and diversity of monuments distinguishes the Kilmartin Glen as an area of outstanding archaeological importance.
Isle of Bute PA20 9LR
The spirit of 19th-century invention is embodied in Mount Stuart - a feat of Victorian engineering, this neo-gothic mansion was one of the most technologically advanced houses of its age. Truly a house of firsts, we believe Mount Stuart was the first home in the world to have a heated indoor swimming pool, and the first in Scotland to be purpose built with electric light, central heating, a telephone system and a Victorian passenger lift - most of which are still in use today.