Caithness Broch Centre
Northlands Viking Centre, The Old School House, Auckengill, Keiss
Wick KW1 4XP
Brochs, unique to Scotland, are amongst the most studied monuments in British prehistory. A broch is a drystone tower with cells or galleries contained within the thickness of the wall.
Castle of Mey
Caithness KW14 8XH
Since 1952 the property of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, the castle of Mey is situated on the north coast of Caithness, in the parish of Canisbay, about 15 miles east of Thurso and 6 miles west of John O'Groats. It stands on rising ground about 400 yards from the seashore, overlooking the Pentland Firth and the Orkney Islands.
Culloden Battlefield & Visitor Centre
Inverness IV2 5EU
The course of British, European and world history was changed here at Culloden on 16 April 1746. It was here that the Jacobite army fought to reclaim the throne of Britain from the Hanoverians for a Stuart king.
Eilean Donan Castle
by Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8DX
You can explore almost every part of the castle from the Banqueting Hall to the bedrooms. You'll be following in the footsteps of many a warrior - from the Vikings to James Bond, from Jacobites to Hollywood's 'Highlander'.
Fort George - Historic Scotland
Ardersier IV2 7TD
A vast site and one of the most outstanding artillery fortifications in Europe. It was planned in 1747 as a base for George II's army and was completed in 1769.
NTS Information Centre
Glenfinnan PH37 4LT
Glenfinnan Monument, set amid superb Highland scenery at the head of Loch Shiel, was erected in 1815 by Alexander Macdonald of Glenaladale in tribute to the clansmen who fought and died in the cause of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. It was designed by the eminent Scottish architect James Gillespie Graham.
Glenfinnan Station Museum
Glenfinnan Railway Station, Glenfinnan
Fort William PH37 4LT
Glenfinnan Station Museum is situated in the famous and beautiful village of Glenfinnan on the Road to the Isles between Fort William and Mallaig. The Glenfinnan Experience not only includes the Station Museum but also has the added attractions of the Monument to Bonnie Prince Charlie at the head of Loch Shiel, the adjacent National Trust Visitor Centre and the Loch Shiel Eagle Watch Cruises. Towering above and behind, set in the mountain backdrop, stands the Glenfinnan Railway Viaduct, initially famous as the largest concrete viaduct in this country but now internationally acclaimed as a key location in the Harry Potter Films.
Highland Aviation Museum
9 Dalcross Industrial Estate, By Inverness Airport
Inverness IV1 7XB
We are situated just a few minutes walk away from the terminal building of Inverness Airport. At our museum you'll find an outdoor exhibition of aircraft and an Airport Fire Tender.
Highland Folk Museum
Newtonmore PH20 1AY
This award winning museum has recreated a thriving township from the 1700s with heather thatched roofs and open turf fires, a working croft with cattle, sheep,ducks and hens and an old tin school from the 1930s. Costumed interpreters bring history to life.
Hugh Miller's Cottage - National Trust For Scotland
Cromarty IV11 8XA
Here in this thatched cottage built c1698 by his great-grandfather was born Hugh Miller, on 10 October, 1802. Miller rose to international acclaim as a geologist, editor and writer.
Mallaig Heritage Centre
Mallaig PH41 4PY
Local history museum for Mallaig, West Lochaber and the Small Isles, housing a comprehensive range of displays and exhibitions covering fishing, railway, steamers and ferries, Knoydart Clearance, agriculture and other themes.
Museum of the Isles
Clan Donald Skye, Armadale
Ardvasar, Isle of Skye IV45 8RS
This award winning accredited museum was opened in 2002 to house our growing collection of artefacts and paintings. Six interconnecting galleries take you through 1500 years of the history and culture of the area once known as the Kingdom of the Isles. A seventh gallery is the venue for special exhibitions that change each year.
Bettyhill Thurso KW14 7SS
Journey from Strathnaver's mystical past, through the emergence of the Clan Mackay to the tragedy of the Highland Clearances.
Tarbat Discovery Centre
Tarbatness Road, Portmahomack
Tain IV20 1YA
Tarbat Discovery Centre is a Museum situated in an old church in the beautiful coastal village of Portmahomack, 42 miles North East of Inverness. Having been abandoned in 1946 the dilapidated building was saved from ruin in 1980, when it was purchased by the newly formed Tarbat Old Parish Church Preservation Trust. You can find out how the archaeologists have slowly uncovered the ancient treasures at Tarbat.
Urquhart Castle - Historic Scotland
Loch Ness, near Inverness IV63 6XJ
Magnificently sited, overlooking Loch Ness. Urquhart is one of the largest castles in Scotland, with a long and colourful history, built in the 1230s, seized by the English in 1296, sacked by the MacDonald Lord of the Isles in 1545 and left to fall into decay after 1689.