Museums in Scotland - (C)

Culross Palace and Royal Burgh - Caithness Broch Centre

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Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating
Culross Palace and Royal Burgh Culross Fife National Trust for Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Culloden Battlefield Inverness Highlands and Islands National Trust for Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Cromarty Courthouse Museum Cromarty Highlands and Islands 2 Heritage Rating
Corrigall Farm Museum Harray Highlands and Islands 3 Heritage Rating
Coldstream Museum Coldstream Borders 2 Heritage Rating
Coastal Communities Museum North Berwick Lothian 2 Heritage Rating
Clan Macpherson Museum Newtonmore Highlands and Islands 1 Heritage Rating
Clan Donnachaidh Museum Blair Atholl Tayside 2 Heritage Rating
Clan Cameron Museum Achnacarry Highlands and Islands 2 Heritage Rating
Carradale Network Heritage Centre Carradale Strathclyde 1 Heritage Rating
Caithness Horizons Thurso Highlands and Islands 2 Heritage Rating
Caithness Broch Centre Auckengill Highlands and Islands 3 Heritage Rating
Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating

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