The museum has been highly recommended over the years, but I never really thought I would find a lighthouse museum interesting. So I had a pleasant surprise.
The museum itself was interesting with different lights and lenses, but it was the tour of the lighthouse that really made the visit worthwhile. Our guide of the Kinnaird lighthouse was excellent. She told us interesting and humorous anecdotes about life as a lighthouse keeper in victorian times and the problems of being lighthouse keeper in very remote areas.
Highly recommended if you are in the area.
Add a trip to the nearby coastal villages of Pennan or Crovie, or the beach near Cullykhan for a perfect day.
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