At Historic Kilmun we have some unique experiences we want to share with you. Historic Kilmun, a former church, with the Argyll Mausoleum at its side overlooks the Holy Loch on a site with a religious history dating back to the 7th century.
The current building, erected in 1841 and set in an historic graveyard, boasts one of the very few working hydraulic water powered organs in Britain together with impressive stained-glass windows by Stephen Adam. Adjoining the church is the Argyll Mausoleum a burial place of Campbells of Argyll from the 16th century until the last Duke was interred there in 1949.
Visit the Mausoleum at Historic Kilmun
Historic Kilmun is open to individual visitors and small groups from April to October Thursdays to Sundays 10.00 – 16.00 with guided tours available. There is a gift shop and a small tea room open for group visits.
Events and Venue Hire
There are regular organ recitals, musical and choral performances so follow us on Facebook and Twitter for details.
If you want to stage your own event Historic Kilmun can be hired on an exclusive basis, e.g., Weddings, Funerals and Christenings for all faiths and none, concerts, recitals, talks, filming.
For more information call 07887 856514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Good Shepherd Window 1908 by Stephen Adam
In memory of James Arrol, Finnartmore. His family firm, Arrol Engineering, constructed the Tay and Forth Railway Bridges and Tower Bridge, London and many others.