Auchindrain Township | What’s On
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WHAT’S ON

On most days throughout the year there is work going on to repair buildings or farm the land. These traditional activities are there for you to watch and learn from, and we encourage visitors to talk to the people who are doing things. Much of this work is undertaken by people who are spending time at Auchindrain to gain work experience or develop skills that will help them to find employment. Every year we welcome interns from Universities across Europe, young people looking to get a start in life, older people who have been unemployed, and those with disabilities. Our modern-day community is as diverse as it always was, and in this way the museum makes a contribution to society that helps to repay the financial support we receive from the Scottish Government, public agencies, other charities and … you.


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

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It’s winter: no activities are planned until April 2017 … watch this space!

 

 

Explore Auchindrain

Auchindrain is recognised as being the most complete surviving example of a Highland farm township, a type of settlement representative of much of Scottish rural history.

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OPENING TIMES

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

 

From November to March we are open most weekdays except over Christmas and New Year, but please telephone to check before you leave home.

 

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

ADMISSION PRICES

Adult: £7.50
Concession: £6.50
Under 18’s: £5.00
Local Residents and Friends of Auchindrain: £1.00
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 members of the Museums Association, the Association of

Independent Museums and the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions are admitted free.

Sorry, but we do not recognise membership cards for Historic Scotland or the National Trust for Scotland.