Dufftown Museum

The Tower, The Square
Dufftown AB55 4AD

dufftown.co.uk

The Dufftown Whisky Museum provides a unique opportunity to discover the secrets of whisky making in days gone. It also gives a fascinating insight into the lives and times of whisky smugglers. Many of the exhibits were provided by local distillers as well as HM Custom and Excise.

Elgin Museum

1 High Street
Elgin IV30 1EQ

elginmuseum.org.uk

Possibly the oldest independent museum in Scotland. Established in 1836, with the purpose built museum opening in 1842. Collections: World famous fossil collection, Romano-Celtic collection, Pictish Stones, and the 'People & Place' exhibition.

Falconer Museum

Tolbooth Street
Forres IV36 1PH

falconermuseum.co.uk

Established in Victorian era by the Falconer family to offer the town of Forres a museum and library facility. Collections: Includes many local artefacts, both archeaological and from Victorian age donated by residents since the founding in 1871. A portion of Dr Hugh Falconer's fossils together with his library and personal papers are held in our store.

Grantown Museum & Heritage Centre

Burnfield House, Burnfield Avenue
Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3HH

grantownmuseum.co.uk

Grantown Museum tells the story of the town's beginnings and is a source of great pride to the people of Grantown. The museum houses the archives of the Grantown Society. It provides research facilities for genealogy and local history. Grantown is the traditional home of the Clan Grant and the museum receives frequent visits and enquiries from Grants across the world.

Moray Council Museums Service

Falconer Museum, Tolbooth Street
Forres IV36 1PH

moray.gov.uk

The Moray Museums Service manages three cultural sites; Falconer Museum and Nelson Tower in Forres and the Tomintoul Museum. Please contact us with any questions or queries you may have relating to our museums or other aspects of Moray culture.

Tomintoul Museum

The Square
Tomintoul AB37 9ET

moray.gov.uk

On the margin of the Cairngorm Mountains, situated in the highest village in Britain. Reconstructed crofter's kitchen. Reconstructed village blacksmith's shop (the 'Tomintoul Smiddy'). The sounds and smells of rural working life. Displays on local wildlife. The history of Tomintoul and Glenlivet.