Our museum is in the seaside village of Rosemarkie near Inverness. It is renowned for its display of Pictish carved stones. They were originally part of the vibrant early Christian monastic settlement here, around 1200 years ago.
The museum always has activities for children and families and we have a small shop selling books, gifts and many other lovely items.
OPEN AT WEEKENDS FROM 1 MAY 2021
Opening further in June onwards. In the meantime you can take a virtual tour of the museum.
During May, we will be open at weekend afternoons only, and limited to one family group at a time. Bookings need to be made – either online here, or at the museum itself. At the museum, a board outside the entrance will show the bookings available for that day – just add your name to the list to make a booking.
There is free parking off the High Street close to the museum.
There is a frequent local bus service from Inverness / Cromarty. The bus stop is on the High Street close to the museum. See stagecoachbus.com
Some parts of the museum are not accessible to all – there is no lift to the upper floor gallery.
There are no toilets at the museum. However, public toilets and changing facilities are situated nearby.