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.

Caithness Horizons

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 Cameron Museum

Achnacarry PH34 4EJ

The history and artefacts of the Clan Cameron. Also included in the museum are artefacts, photographs and information about the Commandos who trained at Achnacarry during the 1939/45 War and who frequently return here to visit their old training grounds.

Clan Grant Museum

by Carrbridge PH23 3ND

The home of our Society - of the Clan Grant Worldwide - is the old Church at Duthil, close to Grantown-on-Spey. Inside, two glass display cabinets dedicated to the M?_tis and the Cherokees have recently been installed, as well as many paintings, photos and other clan memorabilia displayed on the walls. Important and valuable weapons and artefacts of the clan are held in storage by the National Museums of Scotland, and we have begun to display some of these items in the centre.

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.

Clan Macpherson Museum

Laggan Road
Newtonmore PH20 1DE

Interested in Highland history? Want to discover the role of a clan in the Highlands? Then this is the place for you. Are you a Macpherson, Ellis, Pearson, Clarkson, Lees, Currie, Carson, Gillespie, Gillies, McLeish or McClair? Then we have your clan story

Cromarty Courthouse Museum

Church Street
Cromarty IV11 8XA

This elegant former courthouse, built in 1773, now houses fascinating exhibitions about the historic town of Cromarty. The courtroom scene has life-like figures and audio enactment to tell the story of one trial, the other rooms tell the history of Cromarty and each year there are special exhibitions and displays.

Culloden Battlefield & Visitor Centre

Culloden Moor
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.