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Journey from Strathnaver’s mystical past, through the emergence of the Clan Mackay to the tragedy of the Highland Clearances…

Discover the vibrant culture, inherited from Norse and Gaelic ancestors. Strathnaver Museum is a heart which keeps the blood of tradition pumping; sustaining and preserving it for future generations.

Open:

1st March to 31st March:

Wednesday to Friday, 11am to 3pm (last entry 2.30pm)

1st April to 31st October:

Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)

1st November to 15th December:

Tuesday to Thursday, 11am to 3pm (last entry 2.30pm)

Located in the former Parish Church of Farr we tell the fascinating story of 8,000 years of human occupation in north-west Sutherland. We tell the story of the people, their culture, and the landscape that surrounds us in the context of the brutal early 19th century Highland Clearances.

Our eclectic collection includes an intact Bronze Age burial beaker, early 19th century croft house display, tools, agricultural and fishing exhibits, including the gruesome dog skin buoy, militaria, Clan Mackay memorabilia, and contemporary art.

Disabled Access

The Annex building is fully accessible while the main building is partially accessible as there is no wheelchair access to the 1st floor due to the historic nature of our building.

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