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Kilmartin Museum

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“standing stones”(44 reviews)
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There are more than 800 prehistoric and historic monuments within 10 miles of Kilmartin Village. This extraordinary concentration and diversity of monuments distinguishes the Kilmartin Glen as an area of outstanding archaeological importance. It is...more
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Kilmartin PA31 8RQ, Scotland
+44 1546 510278
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All reviews local area standing stones gift shop surrounding area interesting displays ancient sites couple of hours excellent cafe small shop small space well worth a visit next door hands on activities huge amount guided tour pre history rainy day
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great museum for people who have a little knowledge of the subject matter and would like to learn more. Very compact, but lots of interesting exhibits and information.

Thank HVRoadWarrior
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The museum is in the former manse next to the church and has a lovely view out to one of the burial cairns it describes. Great info on Iron Age, Bronze Age, and henges. I particularly appreciated the board that put world, Scottish, and Argyll...More

Thank Margaret P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This meusum was very informative and offered visitors the opportunity to interact with the displays. Over looking a cairn the displays include carved stones, early tools, instruments and information about the early inhabitants of this region and of their everyday lives. This museum is worth...More

Thank Bridget P
Reviewed 12 September 2018

This museum is absolutely a must if you are in the area as it covers the history of the area and the artefacts are amazing.

Thank DavidMay1945
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile

A very informative museum with plenty to see, the archaeological facts and relics are amazing, great for children as there is a lot of hands on and things to do.

Thank Wendy G
Reviewed 31 August 2018

Excellent museum entered through reception/shop/cafe. Buy tickets to go around the museum exhibits - they are well worth seeing + there is an intriguing wall chart showing human progress.

Thank Mike G
Reviewed 21 August 2018

This museum is part of the Kilmartin complex and is a must to visit. The displays are clear and well described and captioned.

Thank Bridget R
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

A stunning little museum with loads of history and very friendly staff. We were given a very useful map to find the standing stones. We really enjoyed looking at all the artifacts on display

Thank stinKiwi
Reviewed 24 July 2018

This small museum is next to a field of cairns and standing stones and does a thoughtful job of communicating the evolution of Scotland's environment and human's approach to living in it. The coolest thing about this museum is that it displays artifacts actually found...More

Thank CeliacExplorer
Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

This was an ideal stop as we passed through the village of Kilmartin. First impressions are definitely deceiving. Although it may look small and not up to much inside lies an abundance of history and artefacts. When inside you instinctively know that much thought and...More

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3 September 2017|
Response from Dave B | Reviewed this property |
I think it would be difficult for a person in a wheelchair to get to some of the sites. I was recovering from a broken foot and thought it was pretty rough going...mud, gates, and those grates on the paths to keep the sheep... More
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Response from RHB711 | Reviewed this property |
There is a path without steps from the car park to the Museum - don't use the short cut next to the toilets as it has uneven stone steps but keep to the track towards the front of the 'house' and left of the shortcut and you... More