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- It was a very mellow visit, enjoyably meandering between the Museum and Gallery. It caters for all ages but for me the social history was fascinating. Well worth a visit.Written October 1, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We had hoped to tour the 'factory' part of it on our last day in Scotland (Sunday), but they don't do tours on weekends so we missed out.
The staff was VERY nice though, helping me to find a parking spot (Tesco's around the corner as front street was all taken - I bought a candy bar there so I could 'legally' park there for 2 hours - cost me 60p.
They have LOTS of stuff. More than I have seen on one place on our entire trip! Had fun just going through it all - and the staff are all wearing kilts! It was great.Written September 19, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This museum is in Fort George and is great. It has lots of things from the war like medals and hats wore by people who got shot. Its free to enter, but don't don't fooled, you have to enter fort George first!Written August 27, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A restoration and conservation service delivered with exemplary, friendly, professional expertise to restore a 250 year old BibleWritten February 10, 2020
- I was pleased to visit the Castle Gallery today. They have beautiful pictures, glass, pottery, and jewelry all by Scottish artists. I bought a unique and beautiful silver necklace. Very reasonable prices for the quality of the art.Written July 22, 2019
- Apparently this is the oldest house in Inverness. Inside there is a nice and interesting display of pictures and stories about key events in the history of this city. The staff is knowledgeable and ready to answer any questions. Unfortunately only one room was open to the public when I went; the visit ended in 20 minutes. Still worth tho.Written December 13, 2019
- We were delighted by the variety of work on display and thrilled that we bought a raku-fired ceramic figure by Iain Campbell. The gallery director, Jane, was friendly and informative. The work is affordable, too. It is in a former church a few miles from Inverness. If you like to see what local artists are creating, you won't want to miss this gallery.Written June 4, 2017
- This gallery has a mix of 18th Century and Contemporary art that will delight the eye of anyone who has an appreciation for art. If you are looking for a piece or 2 bring your check book because they have great paintings at great prices!!Written October 17, 2018
- There are two galleries across the street from one another, Classic run by father and Modern by son. Restorers, framers, sales, and nicer collections than many small museums. Impressive stock and smart, relatable staff. Well worth stopping by.Written April 20, 2018
- 2020 and this is still on. Hiw can you rely on tripadvisor for anything.
I am disabled abd wasted effort trying to find this place!Written August 15, 2020
- A community running non profit local history museum. Staff are volunteers and very enthusiastic. The displays are great and consist of most everything of old days household items which reminds people their teen-age time. The RAF, the marine etc etc.Written May 7, 2019
Frequently Asked Questions about Inverness
- These are the best places for budget-friendly museums in Inverness:
- The Highlanders' Museum (Queen's Own Highlanders Collection)
- Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
- Highland Archive Centre