Getting Here

We are located in the heart of Glencoe Village, just off the A82 and close to the dramatic glen itself. There are daily Citylink buses from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and frequent local buses running between Glencoe, Fort William and Oban. We are a 5 minute walk from the bus stop along a quiet, pretty street.

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We are currently open Thurs-Sunday from 11am-3pm, last entry at 2.30pm. We will likely extend our opening hours in July. Please be aware that our opening hours may vary during the low season. If you are travelling specifically to visit the museum, please call ahead to avoid disappointment or book your slot online at glencoe-folk-museum.arttickets.org.uk

 

Adults £3

Children (under 16) Free

Free entry for local residents

We have a small gift shop selling Scottish and locally-made crafts, jams, candles, tartans, magnets, soaps, jewellery, books and more. We also stock a variety of local interest pamphlets written by our founder, Barbara Fairweather.

Public toilets and a public carpark can be found at the end of the Glencoe Village road. Short stay and disabled parking are available directly outside the museum. We provide FREE WiFi to visitors! Dogs are welcome.

 

Due to the nature of the building, access is limited. Please see our Accessibility Report or contact us for more information.

We love hearing from you, so if you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch! You can email us at curator@glencoemuseum.com or fill out the form below. 

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