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An award winning museum dedicated to the Picts and to displaying and interpreting the stunning examples of their sculptural art found in Rosemarkie, including the magnificent Rosemarkie cross-slab. The museum also cares for the George Bain...more
All reviews pictish stones on duty knowledgeable staff free entry on display celtic art scottish history explain things run by volunteers worth a visit lovely lady black isle suggested donation george carvings rubbings bain
Well worth a little visit if on the Black Isle.
Contains the brilliant Rosemarkie pictish stone, plus other pictish stones too.
Museum is small but free, donations are welcomed.
Plenty of books on Pictish history plus a video to watch.
Good to see such places...More
We went to have quick look around their which is interesting stuff ever. The lady was helpful and friendly giving us interesting histories and showing us around. It was small museum but interesting stuff ever.
We were part of a group touring Pictland, so this was a natural place to stop. It's a small museum, but very well laid out, with some excellent Pictish artefacts (and we had the benefit of the local guide/expert, which helped). Upstairs there are some...More
I visited while on a small group tour with Road Scholar. They had pre-arranged a talk about the Picts which was very interesting. You can tell that the volunteers are truly dedicated to preserving the history of the Picts. This is a very intimate museum...More
This is the best wee museum I have come across and did so thanks to the NORTH 500 map. I would never have known about it otherwise though I would have had to drive through the charming village to get to Cromarty, my destination for...More
It is a small one but very specific. It is mostly full of memories from WW1 and the men who fought and died from this area. There are also Pictish stones from long ago. The volunteer there was very good with all the information. Worth...More