GROAM AT HOME
While the museum is closed, experience Groam from your own home.
View virtual exhibitions, discover our collections, listen to podcasts and lots more.
IN MUSEUM & ONLINE
Explore how The Book of Kells inspired George Bain and Thomas Keyes
Lucy Hague: Translating Pictish Key Patterns into Cable-Knitting
Weaving Spirals – The Origin of Key Pattern
Rosemarkie's Pictish stones were part of the monastic settlement that was flourishing by 700AD
One of the main instigators of promoting modern Celtic design
Relating to the people of Rosemarkie and Fortrose
Our local history collection is rich with photographs and a quirky range of objects and we want to know more about their hidden histories. Can you help us fill in the blanks, identify folk in photos and elaborate on the stories of people, places and past of Rosemarkie and Fortrose?
Groam House Museum is currently recruiting new volunteers to help with the day-to-day running of the museum.
Joining the volunteer team is an excellent way of making friends and enjoying the experience in the museum. There are also special benefits for volunteers, including coffee mornings, concessions, use of the museum library and occasional outings.