Museums in and around Inverness

Inverness has a number of very special museums, which include a museum dedicated to the picts at Rosemarkie, and the Cromarty Court House Museum in the 1773 court house at Cromarty.

Cromarty Courthouse Museum

Cromarty Courthouse Museum

Free entry to Cromarty’s fabulous 18th century Courthouse, seven centuries of Cromarty history is brought to life with 21st Century technology.

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Groam House Museum

Groam House Museum

Learn all about the Picts, free entry to the Pictish Centre for Ross and Cromarty, unique display on 15 carved Pictish stones from Rosemarkie.

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Hugh Miller Museum & Birthplace Cottage

Hugh Miller Museum & Birthplace Cottage

Hugh Miller was unquestionably one of the great Scots of his age, the Museum comprises 2 buildings; Miller House, and a C17th thatched cottage.

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Highland Aviation Museum

Highland Aviation Museum

Exhibits from complete aircraft to nose sections, the Museum’s unique attraction is that visitors can climb in many of the cockpits.

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Family History Highland Archive

Family History Highland Archive

The Family History Centre, dedicated to all aspects of genealogy, clan history, and family history throughout the Highlands and the wider world.

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