T: 01397 702169
Visiting The West Highland Museum couldn’t be easier. We are situated just off the main pedestrianised High Street in Fort William at Cameron Square, a ten-minute walk from both the bus station and the rail station. Street parking in Fort William is very limited but the town’s main public car parks are all within a 5-10 minute walk from the Museum. Download our introductory leaflet here.
Admission is FREE and we have free WIFI too.
The Museum shop stocks an eclectic selection of books on a range of topics, from specialist titles for the historian, to introductory titles for children, as well as a selection of gifts; crafts, glassware, souvenirs, toys.
Popular titles include ‘Bygone Lochaber’ by Somerled Macmillan and ‘Castle Commando’ by Donald Gilchrist.
An illustrated guide to the Museum & collections is available, priced £1.50.
Interpretive guides in French, Italian, German, Mandarin, Dutch and Spanish are also available free of charge.
A stairlift can be used to gain access to the upper floor.
Group tours can often be accommodated and organisers should contact the Manager, Colleen Barker, on 01397 702169.
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