Mon 10am - 5pm (Cafe Closed)
Tues 10am - 5pm
Wed 10am - 5pm
Thur 10am - 5pm
Fri 10am - 5pm
Sat 10am - 5pm
Last admission is at 4pm.
Cafe service is from 11am with last food orders at 3pm. From October 31, we will be open three days a week (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) from 11am - 4pm.
We are an independent museum and ticket sales are vital for our financial sustainability. However, we are also a not-for-profit organisation and we do try to keep our entry prices as low as possible so that everyone who wants to visit us can.
Museum Visit (ticket valid for re-entry on same day)
Child (5-16 years) £2.00
Family (2 adults with accompanying children) £15.00
Child under 5 years of age Free
Membership (unlimited entry for 12 months)
Family (up to 2 adults and all children) £30.00
Group Admission (10 or more)
Local school groups Free
Other school groups: (10 or more) Enquire for price
If you wish to book online, please visit Art Tickets.
Much as we like dogs, they are not permitted inside the Museum unless they are an assistance dog. There is a super walk - The Achtercairn Archaeology Trail - behind the Museum.
Electric Vehicle Charging Points
Our nearest Electric Vehicle Charging Point is at Gairloch Community Hall, less than five minutes walk from the Museum. Locally there are two other points, one at Gairloch Pier and one at The Old Inn.
We are in a central position in Gairloch, overlooking the loch.
There is disabled parking at the main entrance with a dropped kerb on to the paving area.There is lift access to the 1st floor where our café, toilets and some displays are located. Museum stewards are available to assist with lift use. You can download our accessibility guide here.
Our shop is situated on the ground floor and showcases high quality local crafts.
We have two exhibition areas, one on the ground floor of the Museum and one on the first floor. These change with the seasons and are free to visit. For details of our current exhibition please see here.
Our café is situated on the first floor with beautiful views overlooking the loch towards the Isle of Skye. The roof terrace is open when the west coast weather permits.
Fully accessible toilets are located on both floors of the museum.