The West Highland Museum is embarking on a mission to remodel itself for the 21st century and we need your views and support to guide our plans.  We want to make sure that, as we look to the future, your Museum reflects the priorities of local people, visitors, researchers and everyone with an interest in the history and heritage of the West Highlands.

To help us do that we have designed a short survey which you can access here:

We ask you to take a little time to complete the survey and really look forward to getting your feedback.

Already one of the most popular visitor attractions in Lochaber, the Museum, in Cameron Square, Fort William, is also an important heritage resource for local people and for researchers from around the world.  The Museum has a renowned collection relating to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause, but it also holds a wealth of curious and fascinating displays and objects on less well-known aspects of the lives of the people of the West Highlands.  Since removing its admission charge the Museum has seen attendances grow exponentially, and it now welcomes around 50,000 visitors every year.  On the TripAdvisor website it is rated as 2nd of 67 museums in the Highland area.