Museums & Galleries

Lossie Fisheries & Community Museum

The Lossiemouth Fisheries and Community Museum is housed in a former net mending loft situated in Pitgaveny Quay, Lossiemouth. The museum gives an insight into the Scottish fishing industry past and present. It also contains a reconstruction of James Ramsey MacDonald’s study from his Lossiemouth house. Ramsey MacDonald was born in Lossiemouth and became the first Labour Prime Minister. Open May - Sept, Mon - Sat: 10am - 4:45pm.

Pitgaveny Street, Lossiemouth
IV31 6TW
01343 813772

Moray Motor Museum, Elgin

Housed in a light and airy old mill building, part of which dates back to the era of the Cathedral when the Bishops of Moray ruled Moravia, and was used by them as a grain mill. The Moray Motor Museum houses a superb collection of veteran, vintage, classic cars and motorbikes. Most of which are on the button ready to go. Added to this are the model cars and automobilia which make this a visit not to be missed.

Bridge Street, Elgin
IV30 4DE
01343 544933

Nairn Museum

Situated in Viewfield House, Nairn Museum offers visitors and locals alike a fascinating insight into the life and times of the town and surrounding area over the centuries. The wide range of permanent displays featuring various aspects of Nairn's history are well laid out and informative and, in addition a huge collection of archive material is available for study. Each year there is also a special programme of visiting exhibitions. Open Mon - Fri, 10am - 4:30pm & Sat, 10am - 1pm.

Viewfield Drive, Nairn
IV12 4EE
01667 456791

Still Life Picture Framer & Gallery

126 High Street, Aberlour

AB38 9NX
01340 871457

The Highland Folk Museum

The Highland Folk Museum brings to life the domestic & working conditions of earlier Highland peoples. Visitors to this living history Museum can learn how our Scottish Highland ancestors lived, how they built their homes, how they tilled the soil & how they dressed, in a friendly & welcoming environment. Picnic & play areas, cafe & shops on site to cater for all needs. Opening times (Apr -Aug '19) 10.30am - 5.30pm & (Sep - Oct '19) 11am - 4.30pm

Kingussie Road, Newtonmore, Inverness-shire
PH20 1AY
01349 781650
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The Highlanders' Museum, Fort George

The Highlanders’ Museum (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection) covers three floors of Fort George’s former Lieutenant Governors’ House. The museum has roughly 20,000 artefacts & an estimated 10,000 documents & photographs. The museum is the largest regimental museum in Scotland, outside of Edinburgh. Tells the stories of the many Highlanders who served in one of the Regiments that were raised from the region. Summer (7 days) Mar - Sept 9.30am - 4.45pm Winter (7 days) Oct - Mar 10am - 3.15pm

Fort George, Ardersier, Inverness,
0131 310 8702

The Lantern Gallery of Fine Art, Elgin

18 South Guildry Street, Elgin

IV30 1QN
01343 546864

Tomintoul Gallery

82 Main Street, Tomintoul, Ballindalloch

AB37 9HA
01807 580458

Tomintoul Museum

The highest museum in the Highlands. April, May, June, Sept & Oct Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm July and Aug Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm Sun: 1pm-5pm

The Square, Tomintoul
01807 580285,01309 673701

Strathspey Railway

The Strathspey Railway in Badenoch and Strathspey, Highland, Scotland, operates a 10 miles preserved railway from Aviemore to Broomhill via Boat of Garten, part of the former Inverness and Perth Junction Railway which linked Aviemore with Forres

01479 810725

The Keith & Dufftown Railway

UK’s most northerly heritage railway, running for 11 miles from Keith Town, Keith to Dufftown via Drummuir.

Dufftown Station, Dufftown, Keith, Banffshire
AB55 4BA
01340 821181
Visitor Attractions

Baxters, Fochabers

Baxters offers a wide range of food products, speciality foods, clothing, cookware and gifts. There is also an on site restaurant.

Mosstodloch, Fochabers
IV32 7LD
01343 820393