A great place to visit, especially on a rainy afternoon. Quite an extensive collection of beautiful stones, gems, fossils etc. There's a gift shop but no cafeteria.
Not my usual idea of a fun excursion but I must admit that this was a very interesting place to visit. Even the kids (8 and 6) found something captivating about it and there is plenty to see and read about here. A very well-presented exhibition.
My wife and I called in at “Treasures of the Earth “again, as we always do, on our last visit to the Fort William Area in September 2016. It is a great place to call in if you are interested in rocks and minerals and/or in basic jewellery items. The main exhibit area is really quite impressive so long as... 更多
We discovered this absolute "gem" on the internet under 5 Places To Visit If It's Raining - we had high expectations as I am very interested in crystals, crystal healing, and jewellery making. This place is a must for anyone with a hobby in the aforementioned. The staff are so knowledgeable and the displays so breathtaking we had to go... 更多
Visited yesterday as we needed to kill some time before catching the train home and it was fantastic. This is an amazing collection of gemstones, fossils, and rocks, which I believe is one of the best in the world. Highly informative and yet not boring; very entertaining museum. We spent a good hour or so here and it would be... 更多
We visited here on afternoon with a group trip. The co-owner came out to give us a background as to how this museum came to be. His father started by collecting various items which gradually mounted up. I’m not sure why, but he gave us all an old one penny piece as our entrance fee to give as we went... 更多
We went to kill some time on a rainy day and to keep my geology and palaeontology-mad 10 year old occupied. The display of geodes is quite impressive but for a fairly steep entrance fee I felt that it was pretty unimaginative, and shabby. Having visited the natural history museum and the museum of Scotland (both for free) this was... 更多