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Scottish anchorages

Museums and similar places

No major museums out here of course, but a lot of small and charming museums explaining local history, geography and wildlife. And how they have improved over the years, and made themselves more child friendly. In alphabetical order of anchorage:

 

Achnacroish, Lismore: Heritage Museum telling the story of Lismore

Barcaldine, Loch Creran: Sealife Centre for otters

Bunessan, West Mull: The Ross of Mull Historical Centre

Dunstaffnage, Lower Loch Linnhe: Ocean Explorer Centre

Easdale Island,  Firth of Lorne: Folk Museum for slate and other things, and the Slate Islands Heritage Centre

Fort William, Upper Loch Linnhe: West Highland Museum

Glenmore Bay, Loch Sunart: Ardnamurchan Natural History Visitor Centre

Port Charlotte, Islay: the Islay Wildlife Centre, very hands on stuff for kids, and the Museum of Islay Life

Kinlochleven, Loch Leven: Aluminium Story and Visitor Centre

Oban: War and Peace Museum

Port na Moralachd, Lismore: Heritage Museum telling the story of Lismore

Tobermory: Mull Museum, check out the tawse (that strip of leather for beating the hell out of a naughty child's hand, in the old days of course), and Taigh Solais for watery stuff

Ulva Ferry, West Mull: Sheila's Cottage

 

 

 

 

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Fort William

Fort William

Fort William

Glenmore Bay

Ardnamurchan Natural History Visitor Centre