The Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum is an ideal place to while away a couple of hours and pick up a true flavour of traditional life and work in the Highlands of past times.
The museum contains a large variety of artefacts mainly collected locally, of interest to anyone curious about how Glencoe’s people lived in the past. Treasures range from weapons found in the thatched roofs of local houses (where they lay concealed for more than 200 years after the battle of Culloden), to Victorian dolls which have retained the charm of that period.Spend as long as you like browsing through our archives. Whether you are young or old, there is something to interest anyone keen to learn about history.The Collections•Costumes & Uniforms•Jacobite Relics•Historic Weapons and Militaria•Household Utensils•Historical Toys•Paintings, Photos & Books•Crofting & Blacksmith’s Tools•The Story of Local Slate Quarrying •Local History, Geology & Archaeology Displays
Glencoe Scotland is an interesting and unusual destination within easy driving distance of Fort William and Oban. The village is a useful tourist stop for people travelling between the Highlands and the cities of central
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