Welcome to Achnacarry, the centre of Clan Cameron Country and home of the Chief of the Clan and his family. Welcome also to the Clan Cameron Museum which was opened by Sir Fitzroy Maclean of Dunconnell in 1989.
The Museum was the brain-child of my son Donald and his wife, Cecil, and the idea was enthusiastically backed by the Clan worldwide who contributed generously to the cost of construction, as did friends of the family and many others. The process of rebuilding this old listed cottage is described and illustrated in the Museum which, since its opening, has been visited by clansfolk from all over the world and by many people interested in the history of the Highlands and the Jacobite cause.
We have included in the Museum artifacts, photographs and information about the Commandos who trained at Achnacarry during the 1939/45 War and who frequently return here to visit their old training grounds. I am sure they will be glad to know that we have not forgotten them and the important part they have played in the history of Achnacarry.
There are references and exhibits relating to the Clan Regiment, the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, and we are grateful to the Regimental Museum for lending us many items for display.
I hope that we shall welcome more and more visitors from all over the world, including clansfolk, Cameron Highlanders and Commandos.
Senior Citizens (OPS) £2.00
Children under 14 Free
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