Since 1858 Nairn Museum has fascinated generations of visitors and locals alike of all ages. Located in a Georgian House set in parkland, the museum tells the story of Nairnshire and the families who had lived and worked in burgh or country.
March - October: Mon-Sat, 10am - 4.30pm
Family Ticket £4.00 (2 Adult + 2 Children)
Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Medicine, Personalities, Social History
Trenches and Trawlers - Nairnshire and World War 1
- 15 May 2015 10-11am, 11:30am-12:30pm, 1:30-2:30pm
- 16 May 2015 11am-12pm, 2-3pm
This intimate event puts you right in the boots of the brave men who fought for their country in the First World War. Experience life in the trenches for yourself and imagine what it would have been like with the enemy only a field away. Learn more about life as a soldier in the Great War, through stories, poetry and musical accounts and discover the role of our local trawlermen in the war experience. Focussing on the spirited men and women of Nairn, we'll recreate an image of a community fighting for their loved ones both at home and abroad.
The performances on Friday 15 May are aimed at schools, while all members of the public are welcome to enjoy the performances on Saturday 16 May.