Arran Heritage Museum was established in the 1970s and since then has become a vital part of the island’s culture. It is run in the main by volunteers and offers an excellent way to find out more about our social history. There is a small café onsite, with delicious home baking, and the gardens have a lovely tractor and a selection of toys to keep the children busy.
During summer months the Museum has ‘special days’ where you might find demonstrations of spinning, or vintage tractors – and always accompanied by the wonderful music of Arran Pipe Band.
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