Glencoe Folk Museum

Glencoe Folk museum building

Housed within two 18th Century, traditionally thatched croft cottages, Glencoe Folk Museum tells the rich and exciting history of the local area: from the carving of the Ballachulish Goddess in 600BC to the opening of the Ballachulish Bridge in 1975, from Jacobite uprisings to World Wars. Take a peek into a MacDonald cottage on the night of the infamous Massacre of Glencoe, dress up as a Jacobite soldier and practice your ‘Highland Charge’, or simply let our objects transport you to the past.

Contact: Catriona Davidson,

A Jacobite at Glencoe Folk Museum