Housed within a restored Grade A1 listed Thomas Telford Parliamentary Church, originally built in 1829, the Museum tells the story of Lochbroom - the land and its people.
The audiovisual presentation tells the story of the people who have made this challenging environment their home, from the first settlers after the ice age to the present day. The commentary is available in six European languages.
Changing exhibitions, extensive archive material, genealogy research
April - October
Other times by arrangement and advertisement
under 16 free
Museums at Night Film Show at Ullapool Museum
- 30 October 2015 7:30-9pm
The Big Catch, directed by Laurence Henson, the story of youthful rivalry in a Highland fishing port, filmed in and around Ullapool in 1968.
“Children's adventure. A young boy sets out in his father's yacht for an adjacent island to capture a wild pony. He runs into trouble and is rescued by his young friends who have followed in a trawler. They discover a vast shoal of fish and so save themselves from parental punishment.”
The role of the boy Graham was played by schoolboy Murray Forbes whose mother was a cook in the Royal Hotel. Uncle Harry was played by the late Duncan ‘Ara’ Stewart of Ullapool. Well-known Scottish actors such as James Copeland and Willie Joss also acted in the film. Courtesy of Ullapool Entertainments.
- Family friendly
- Any age
Entrance by donation
7-8 West Argyle Street
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