History

Dunollie Castle, Oban

Dunollie Castle is worth a visit. There is a small café called the Kettle which serves soup and sandwiches; there is a short walk up…

Glencoe Folk Museum is excited to welcome Dr Annie Tindley!

    Glencoe Folk Museum is excited to welcome Dr Annie Tindley – co-author of ‘Dr Lachlan Grant of Ballachulish, 1871-1945’ – back to the…

Duart Castle, Mull

Duart Castle on the island of Mull is a good day out from us if you fancy a bit of history. Catch the ferry from…

Glencoe Museum Easter Egg Hunt and Craft Day

    Hello all!   Please let all your guests, visitors and staff know that as of Tuesday 4th, Glencoe Folk Museum will be open…

Appin of yesteryear

There is some fantastic footage and old photos on the below link about Appin. ‘Appin of Yesteryear’ is a historical website, bringing Appin’s history to…

Glenstockdale has the deepest pothole in Scotland!

Scotland’s Deepest Pothole Lochaber Geopark’s website give the following information:-   At 48 metres deep, Cave Of The Skulls is the deepest pothole in Scotland….