Historylinks Museum

Open 10 am - 4 pm, Daily June - September, Friday-Monday in April, May & October


About Historylinks Museum

Historylinks is one of the very few 5 star museums in Scotland.  Dedicated to the history of Dornoch parish, current displays include a golf professional’s workshop where Donald Ross honed his skills, Carnegie at home at Skibo, the shameful burning of Scotland’s last condemned witch and the impact of the Picts and the Vikings. Films include Sutherland in 1950 and the Dornoch Light Railway.

Visitor translations in German, French, Italian, Spanish and Swedish.

Puzzles, quizzes and dressing up. It is the starting point for a walk around the town (guidebook available in several languages). The museum is located behind the Castle.

Entry
Adults £4 and concessions £3 (weekly ticket)
Children free (accompanied)
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Historylinks Museum has a pole to tie dogs to and provides water.