Lack of time meant I couldn't re-visit but it was great last year. It's still there and the lady I bought postcards from was very friendly. It's packed to the rafters with quirky and interesting items from everyone's childhood. Just loved it!
A small exhibition of childhood memorabilia. It was enough to pass half an hour before having a cup of tea in the nearby cafe. A lovely location and nice to support the good work done here.
Four stars because it is so tiny but obviously it is well loved by the volunteers.
This is a small local museum, created by local volunteers. It’s basically just one room, but they fitted a lot into it, including a video of interviews with locals who were born in the times when children still went barefoot in the summer.
I found the section on local superstitions and traditions particularly interesting, but the majority of exhibits are...
Lovely staff, but even though there is only a nominal entry fee, there's not a great deal to see. What is there is very interesting, and the ladies who are there are absolutely lovely, compared to the pump room, which is free, poor value for money. Hopefully this will be enlarged over time to make it better. Great start, but...
We took a drive up to Strathpeffer intending to go on to the Rogie Falls but the heavens absolutely opened. Instead we visited the museum which is in the old Railway Station which was a lovely building The museum was a delight and brought back many happy childhood memories Thank goodness it rained or we might have missed it So...