Many museums and galleries are reopening with safety measures in place. Please remember to check each venue's guidelines before visiting.

Groam House Museum

Highlands And Islands

Free to all

This award-winning museum is situated 15 miles north east of Inverness in the Black Isle village of Rosemarkie, minutes from the dolphins at Chanonry Point.

It is an outstanding Pictish Centre for Ross and Cromarty. The unique display is focused on Pictish sculpture dating back to the 8th century AD, when Rosemarkie was an important centre of early Christianity. It also houses an important collection of Celtic art including the works of George Bain and Iain MacCormick.


Groam House Museum

Free to all

High Street, Rosemarkie, Highlands and Islands, IV10 8UF

01381 620 961

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Opening times

27 August to 20 December

Thursdays to Sundays, 13.30 to 15.45 (last admission)

To protect our visitors and volunteers at the present time, we have introduced a system of timed entry. Only one group, from the same household, and maximum 6 people, are permitted at a time.

Walk-ups will be permitted only if there is an unbooked slot available, and they must provide contact details.

Inside, social distancing is in operation; visitors are required to santise their hands on arrival and before entering the shop area. Masks must be worn inside the museum by both visitors and volunteers.

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