If the idea of hand-carved stones dating back to the days of Picts in Scotland thrills you to your core, then this is the place for you!

Even newbies to Pictish history in Scotland will enjoy the range of exhibits and interactive displays to be found at Groam House Museum. You will be fascinated by what this museum has to offer!

Based in Ross-Shire in the far north of the Scottish Highlands, the museum is surrounded by towering mountains and rolling hills. Groam House Museum is based within Black Isle Village of Rosemarkie, and the local people and village businesses are just as welcoming as the splendid views!

There’s so much to see within the museum! The collection comprises of a number of stone carvings dating back to the Pictish and Medieval eras all displaying amazing intricacy. YOu can admire the superb craftsmanship and a certain love of crosses.

The other exhibits include a collection of artwork inspired by the Pictish style carvings, as well as the Bain Collection. It includes original pieces of artwork by George Bain that was donated to the museum by his family. Also on display is a comprehensive collection of the photographic record of Pictish stones in Scotland.

And if you hold a deeper interest in the Pictish history of Scotland, the museum hold regular lectures throughout the year, which are open for public attendance.

 

High Street, Rosemarkie, Ross-shire, IV10 8UF
Tel: 01381 620961
Times: April – October, Monday – Friday, 11.00 – 16.30
Saturday, 14.00 – 16.30