Be sure to visit this carefully planned and eye-opening expanse that includes historic structures, installations, and collections of objects and documents. It is superb. It was a pleasure, and a learning experience, to walk around the site, duck in and out of historic structures, and chat with the incredibly knowledgeable staff posted within the various structures. I tend to avoid "living museums," since they can be really corny and trite. Not the Highland Folk Museum! It's got the goods: historic structures and collections, well-researched curatorial interpretation, staff and volunteers who clearly love working there and are devoted to the both the museum as well as the past, present, and future of the Scottish Highlands. Very cool that they offer classes in Scottish Gaelic, and that there's a takeaway card with English/Gaelic phrases handed to all visitors upon arrival. Be sure to allow at least two hours, preferably more, for your visit.