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Since 1964, Auchindrain has been cared for and operated as an an independent museum by Urras Achadh an Droighinn/The Auchindrain Trust, Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation number SC015528. The Trust receives and gratefully acknowledges financial support from the Scottish Government through Historic Environment Scotland.


If you like what we do, please support our work by becoming a member of the Trust: a Friend of Auchindrain.  The Trust’s members have oversight of the museum’s strategic direction and elect a majority of the Trustees.  Friends receive newsletters, and are entitled to visit Auchindrain as many times as they wish during a year for a one-off payment of £1 for adults and 50p for concessions and children under 18: these prices apply to all those in a group visiting together.


All contributions are very gratefully received and contribute to the valuable work we do here at Auchindrain.


Membership is normally granted to all those who make a donation to the Trust of not less than £25 a year, or £10 in the case of senior citizens living alone, (although many Friends donate significantly more than this). The donations generously made by Friends represent a significant and essential part of the Trust’s annual income, and thus have an important role to play in the long-term survival and well being of Auchindrain. Some Friends also take an active role in the museum’s work as volunteers, assisting with fund raising, aspects of the museum’s administration or the management of particular projects. If this is something you could maybe do, please contact the Director at for an initial informal discussion.


To make a donation and apply for membership as a Friend of Auchindrain, please click here to download a form. You can, alternatively, email us at, or write to us by post. If you are already a Friend and wish to make another donation to renew your membership, please click here, or again email or write as above.

Auchindrain's logo. The text reads "Auchindrain: A place in Scotland's history".

Explore Auchindrain

Click the button below for an online interactive tour of Auchindrain.


We are open from 1st April to 31st October, 10am to 5pm daily.


From November to March we are open 10 am-4 pm most weekdays, except over Christmas and New Year.  When planning a winter visit, please email us at to check that we will be open when you want to come.  You do not need to book in advance, but please don’t hold us responsible if you turn up without warning and the gates are closed.  In the winter the Visitor Centre is closed and you take us as you find us.


In the winter the Visitor Centre is closed and you take us as you find us, but admission is at reduced rates.


Adult: £8.00
Concession: £7.00
Child 5-17: £5.50

Local Residents, Friends of Auchindrain and everyone November-March: £1.00 adult, 50p concessions and children.

A 20% discount is available to up to two adults where a group includes more than one child, and to pre-booked groups of more than 20 people.


School and other educational visits must be booked and arranged in advance, so that we can provide the type and quality of service you have the right to expect.

Children under 5, carers supporting visitors with disabilities, guides and drivers, and professional members of the Museums Association, the Association of Independent Museums and the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions are admitted free.

Unfortunately, we do not recognise membership cards for Historic Environment Scotland or the National Trust for Scotland.



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