Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The collections are spread out over two floors following a timeline of local heritage. On the ground floor are exhibits on the natural history, geography and geology of the Highlands, as well as a collection of carved Pictish stones. The first floor holds more recent objects, including the Jacobite collection, plus Highland bagpipes, weapons, and a special display on Inverness silver.
There is a regular outreach programme including lunchtime talks, temporary art exhibits, recitals, and activities for all ages.
The museum is open all year.
About Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
Address: Castle Wynd, Inverness, Highlands , Highland, Scotland, IV2 3EB
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Off the A9/A82
Website: Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
Phone: 01463 237 114
OS: NH666 452
Photo Credit: John Allan, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
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