MUSEUM OPEN WEEKENDS FROM 1 MAY 2021 – BOOK YOUR VISIT

WHAT’S ON AT THE MUSEUM

PICTISH SCULPTED STONES

PERMANENT DISPLAY
Rosemarkie’s Pictish Stones

BOOK OF KELLS SOME MYSTERIES REVEALED

George Bain & Thomas Keyes

CELTIC STITCHES IN TIME

Knitwear designs from the George Bain Collection

KNOTWORKS AND NETWORKS

Explore our villages and countryside by searching for mosaics across the Black Isle.  

WHAT’S ONLINE 

ONLINE EXHIBITION | HIGHLAND THREADS

ONLINE EXHIBITION | HIGHLAND THREADS

Groam House Museum is one of fourteen museums from across the Highlands taking part in Highland Threads. A virtual exhibition showcasing a costume from each museum’s collection.

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ONLINE CELTIC KNIT-A-LONG

ONLINE CELTIC KNIT-A-LONG

Create Celtic inspired knits, get tips from experienced knitters and share your progress with the community in our dedicated Facebook group

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LISTEN | PICTISH CROSS PODCAST

LISTEN | PICTISH CROSS PODCAST

Groam House Museum volunteers Jill Harden and Alastair Morton discuss the museum's star attraction, the Rosemarkie cross slab. The Highland Objects podcasts are a series of short podcasts each of which focuses on an object of cultural or historical significance...

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LISTEN | BAIN DESIGN PODCAST

LISTEN | BAIN DESIGN PODCAST

Imagine having this bright, intricate Celtic-design bowl in your house: you would make it a centrepiece, wouldn’t you? If you had visited Celtic artist and educator George Bain’s house in Drumnadrochit in the 1940s, however, you may well have been dazzled by the many...

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ONLINE EXHIBITION | ONE MAN’S WAR

ONLINE EXHIBITION | ONE MAN’S WAR

EXHIBITION  AN ONLINE EXCLUSIVEONE MAN’S WAR George Bain in the Balkans 1917-1918The work of the artist George Bain (1881-1968)gives us a personal view of life on the Balkan Front during World War I. 100 years ago this year, Bain joined the British Salonika Force in...

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Read: Making Manuscripts through a Pandemic, Again?

Read: Making Manuscripts through a Pandemic, Again?

There isn’t a single fragment of any insular manuscript in Scotland and only one, the 10th century Book of Deer which has undisputed Scottish provenance. The Book of Kells comes in some way behind with a speculative theory for it to have been started on Iona in the...

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