Collections

The museum has a unique array of objects including Jacobite relics, costumes, paintings, classic toys, photographs and domestic items from around the Glencoe area, as well as medals, uniform and memorabilia from the First and Second World Wars.  

Each object tells its own fascinating story. How did Robert Campbell lose his boot? Why were swords hidden in thatched roofs after the Battle of Culloden? What was the common cure for 'faintness of spirit'? And what was a 'plunket roller'?

Discover these answers and more on your visit!

Collection Highlights

THE JACOBITES
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THE 'MASSACRE ROOM'
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CLAN DONALD
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STUART CHAIR
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BALLACHULISH GODDESS
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MEMORIAL PLAQUES

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Opening Times & Admissions

April – October:
Tues – Sat: 10am-4.30pm (last admission 4pm)
Sunday - Monday: Closed

 

November-March:
CLOSED

Adults: £3
Children 16 and under: Free

Dogs: Welcome! 

Contact Us
Quick Links

Glencoe Folk Museum 

Main Street

Glencoe Village

Glencoe

PH49 4HS

T: 01855811664

E: curator@glencoemuseum.com

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