Glencoe Folk Museum is housed in traditional 18th century thatched cottages and provides a rich and unparalleled insight into the history of the Glencoe area. From its carving of Ballachulish Goddess 600BC to the opening of Ballachulish Bridge in 1975, Jacobite uprisings to World Wars, crofting to slate quarrying – this museum offers visitors a unique glimpse at life and work in past times. Step inside one MacDonald cottage on the night of infamous Massacre or dress up as Jacobite soldier practicing ‘Highland Charge’, browse gift shop’s selection of local products or let an array objects transport you back. The museum has incredible collection including costume from 1740s Spitalfields silk dress, boot belonging Captain Robert Campbell Glenlyon and even Coffin Boat once used for transporting bodies Eilean Munde burial island!
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