This little museum manages to cover Islay life from prehistoric times to recent history in a lovely way. What is very nice about it is the 'ordinariness' of most of the exhibits - nothing grand or intrinsically precious, but stuff really reflecting the day to day life of island people over many years. Some of the stuff about WW1 is particularly touching, and we were lucky enough to visit when the handmade Stars and Stripes flag - the Tuscania flag - was back in its homeland on loan from the Smithsonian in Washington.
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