Argyll is home to brilliant museums where you’ll discover the rich and fascinating history of Argyll.
You may also wish to explore the historic development and local people of Argyll & the Isles.
Research your family history in local libraries at Dunoon, Tarbert, Campbeltown, Lochgilphead and Oban.
Local archives and genealogical resources can also be found throughout the area.
Historic Kilmun is a 19th century church building sited next to a Medieval tower. Now owned by a charity, the venue is available for exclusive hire. In addit...
Campbeltown Museum tells the story of Kintyre through its collection of archaeology, fine art, natural sciences, and social history. Highlights include a Bro...
Dunollie Museum Castle and Grounds is a heritage site international significance situated just 1 mile north of Oban. It is now run by a small independent cha...
Dunollie Museum Castle and Grounds
Tel: 01631 570550
Situated in Castle Gardens, Castle House Museum is at the heart of the history of Dunoon.
From our windows there are picturesque views of the Victorian Pier,...
Castle House Museum
3 Argyll Street
Sheltered in the hills of Mid Argyll lies a hidden gem, a sole survivor of a kind of rural settlement where people lived and worked the land together. Up unt...
Auchindrain Historic Township
Tel: 01499 500235
Kilmartin Museum was founded in 1997 by Rachel Butter and David Clough. Since then, we have been interpreting, explaining and conserving the archaeological a...
Tel: +44 (0)1546 510 278
Campbeltown Heritage Centre
Tel: 01586 552775