A museum dedicated to the ancient history of Kilmartin Glen, featuring artefacts and interactive displays.
Situated at the heart of this internationally important landscape on the west coast of Scotland, Kilmartin Museum cares for ancient artefacts from across Argyll.
The Museum was founded in 1997 by Rachel Butter and David Clough. Since then, we have been interpreting, explaining and conserving the archaeological and natural heritage of Kilmartin Glen.
In 2019, just over half of the 22,000 artefacts in our care were awarded "Nationally Significant" status by Museums Galleries Scotland and an independent panel of experts.
The new Museum will give visitors the opportunity to see our fascinating ancient artefacts properly conserved and displayed, close to the sites where they were discovered.
Kilmartin Museum strives to provide accessibility for all visitors. The premises are designed to accommodate wheelchair users and individuals with mobility challenges.
Food and drink
Upon reopening there will be a café on-site where visitors can enjoy a selection of food and drinks
Dogs are allowed on-site but should be kept on leads.