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Dingwall Museum presents many local artefacts and fascinating tales of human exploits which are unique to Dingwall.
Dingwall Museum presents many local artefacts and fascinating tales of human exploits which are unique to Dingwall within a landmark building, once the centre of local government. Over the years members have designed displays to create pictures of the past for visitors to study and enjoy.
Military Room is a showcase for Highland Heroes and a touch screen presents an interactive account of local POW veterans after their capture at St. Valery (France). The Local Smiddy is a reconstruction of the old Mill Street smiddy using all the tools of the trade donated by family members.
By-gone days in the kitchen are shown with a collection of household artefacts. The Old Council Chamber was built in 1905. The newly refurbished Chamber recalls the by-gone era of the Royal Burgh Council. The display includes the Provost’s Chain of Office dating from 1874, robes and other artefacts reflecting the former glory of the Council.
TIMES OF OPENING
Mid May – End of September
Mon – Frid 10am – 4.30pm
Sat 10am – 4pm
To ensure there has been no change to the opening times or details on this page, please check with the museum directly before visiting.