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.
Old Town Hall, High Street
Thurso KW14 8AJ
Caithness Horizons contains: 1) Permanent exhibitions which interpret the cultural and natural heritage of Caithness from prehistory to the present day 2) An audio-visual presentation which provides an overview of the natural and cultural heritage of Caithness.
Clan Gunn Heritage Centre & Museum
Old Parish Church
Latheron KW5 6DG
The Clan Gunn Heritage Centre and Museum is housed in the old parish church, Latheron which was built in 1734. The centre tells the story of the clan from its Norse origins to the present day against the background of the history of the north of Scotland.
Dunbeath Heritage Centre
The Old School
Dunbeath KW6 6ED
The centre provides a focus for the work of Dunbeath Preservation Trust: Registered museum; archaeological exhibition, Neil M Gunn literary landscape, engaging approach to landscape interpretation through art installations, photography and unique floor map. Repository for research data, manuscripts, photographs and items of local material culture; venue for lectures, storytelling and workshops; gathering place for local people and visitors - young and old - alike.
Laidhay Croft Museum
Dunbeath KW6 6EH
Typical rush thatched Caithness longhouse incorporating dwelling, stable and byre under one roof. House furnished and with artefacts common early 1900s.