Dunollie Museum, Castle and Grounds Access
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About the Event
This activity provides full access to the site and the 1745 House Museum, including the stunning Women of Dunollie Exhibition.
Discover the fascinating history of the MacDougall Clan and their servants throughout exhibitions in the 1745 House Museum, with new additions to the displays for 2021.
*Last Chance To See: 'Women of Dunollie Exhibition": Follow the fascinating women of Dunollie through the eras, from 1820 - 2020. See stories of the Clan MacDougall from another perspective, and view some rare items from our ancient textile collections, including the beautiful bettlewing dress.
The Women of Dunollie has been created from stories featured in the popular book "Highland Postbag" written by Jean MacDougall. If you would like to pre-order a copy to collect on your visit, click here.
*This exhibition will only be available to view in person until October 2021, as the ancient textile garments need to be rested.
Covid-19 Additonal Activity Information
When arriving at Dunollie to take part in activities, please enter through the visitor car park whether you are walking, cycling or driving. There is a meeting point at the top end of the car park nearest the visitor site where you will be met by a member of staff to take part in your activity.
As many of the objects with our museum are fragile, we would ask visitors not to touch or handle the objects.
Facemasks are now mandatory in museums in Scotland. We will have disposable facemasks available onsite for anyone who may not have a mask with them.
A member of staff will be on site while you visit and will be equipped with the relevant PPE. If you have any questions or require assistance during your time in the museum, they will be here to help.
After your visit to the museum, you may wander the gardens and up to the Castle Ruins. Please follow the one-way system that we have in place.
Dogs are not permitted within the 1745 House Museum and must be kept on a leash whilst onsite.
Please Note: The museum is situated over two storeys with the brand-new Women of Dunollie exhibition on the 1st floor. Where the ground floor is wheelchair accessible, unfortunately the 1st floor is not.
The interpretation in the museum is in English, with some additional Gaelic.
Access to the castle ruin may be difficult for people with mobility issues as the path leading up to it is steep.
Notice: The details you provide when booking your acitvity will be used for the Test and Trace system if required. We will hold this information for up to 21 days, then it will be deleted from our system.
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