The Museum shop is designed to be in keeping with the presentation of the galleries and displays. Irene has sourced quality products from across the Highlands & Islands. With toys, ceramics, knitwear and a wide selection of books we hope you'll enjoy browsing, be it virtually or popping in to take a look in person.
Sandwick Bay candles and home fragrances are made using 100% soy wax.
A selection of hand made soaps, crème, toileteries and essential oils made in the Perfume Studio.
Melanie makes a range of palm oil free soaps,natural skincare products and soya wax candles.
Alison Dunlop has created a beautiful book of artwork, photography and poetry celebrating the Shiant Isles. Available from our museum shop from July 3 or you can pre-order your copy now for £25 (if posting is required, p&p £4).
We have an extensive range of books with emphasis on local, Highland and Scottish interest.
As well as the essential guide to the Gairloch area first published by John Dixon in 1886, these include the works of many authors including James Hunter, Adam Nicholson, Donald S Murray, Roger Hutchinson, James Robertson, Ian Stephen, Robert MacFarlane, Tom Devine and Margaret Bennett. Gaelic books and dictionaries also feature strongly. We have a good selection of local guide books and leaflets, including for car touring and walking.
There is also a wide selection of children's books.
Clothing & Accessories
A selection of bags and purses from Red Ruby Rose. Each piece is designed and hand made by Rowena in her Gairloch workshop.
Cashmere scarves from Johnston's of Elgin and a selection of knitwear of traditional and contemporary design by Elisabeth Larsen.
Bespoke and limited edition contemporary knitted cowls, scarves and wrist warmers made by Olive Pearson.
Silver and Gold jewellery by Anne Clare Graham.
Silver and Gold jewellery by David Hempstead.
Silver and Bronze jewellery by Paul and Jill Szeiller. Pewter pieces by Jill Holmes.
Deer Horn brooches by Marcus Simpson.