The Highlanders' Museum

Fort George, Ardersier, Near Inverness IV2 7TD

0131 310 8702

The newly refurbished Highlanders' Museum is located inside Fort George, a Historic Scotland managed property, on the beautiful Moray Firth coastline, 12 miles east of Inverness, which offers superb views across onto the Black Isle. The firth is also home to schools of Dolphins and has a variety of birdlife all year round.

The Museum showcases the heritage of the Seaforth Highlanders, Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, Queens Own Highlanders, Lovat Scouts and Volunteers and Militias from just after the Battle of Culloden to the present day.

The main collection is housed in brand new heritage grade display cases in the stunning surroundings of what was the Lieutenant Governor's quarters of the Fort.

The Museum also boasts the newly created Blue Hackle rooms which provide the perfect venue to host a function or meeting.

Entry to the Museum is free but you must pay an entrance fee to Historic Scotland for entry to the Fort.