Grantown Museum & Heritage Centre
The true value of a museum is to give an awareness of our roots, enabling us to understand where we are now. Without memory and a sense of belonging, our lives have no meaning.
For Grantown, this memory begins in 1765. Grantown Museum tells the story of the town’s beginnings and is a source of great pride to the people of Grantown. The museum was awarded ‘Commended’ in the Scottish Museum of the Year Awards 1999. Temporary exhibitions are also a regular feature.
The museum hosts meetings of the Grantown Society and houses its archives. It provides research facilities for genealogy and local history. Grantown is the traditional home of the Clan Grant and the museum receives frequent visits and enquiries from Grants across the world.
April – October
Mon– Sat, 10am – 4pm
Children (under 16) FREE