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Clan Cameron Museum

| Achnacarry, Spean Bridge PH34 4EJ, Scotland
+44 7900 217975
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A museum dedicated to the history of the Clan Cameron. With displays on the Jacobite rising of 1745, and military history of the Cameron Highlanders and Commando training during WW2.
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  • Very good36%
  • Average7%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible0%
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Hours Today: 11:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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| Achnacarry, Spean Bridge PH34 4EJ, Scotland
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1 - 10 of 51 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a fascinating exhibition in a wonderful setting. Friendly staff and even a chance to grab a cuppa. Thank you

Thank Dale M
Reviewed 19 August 2017

It's a good thing there are a couple of signs to the museum, since we weren't sure we were on the right single-track road. When we finally got there, we were very pleasantly surprised. It is a small museum, but very interesting and informative. The...More

Thank Deb C
Management response:Responded 5 weeks ago

Glad you enjoyed your visit - hopefully you can come back for a walk around another time - there are some lovely walks to explore!

Reviewed 6 August 2017

Another little museum but very interesting. There is a small part of the museum for the Commandos at Achnacarry and the main part is for the Cameron Clan. The connection being that the manor house was commandeered by the HM Forces to train Commandos in...More

Thank Dave M
Management response:Responded 10 August 2017

We're glad that you enjoyed your visit 🙂

Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

My father and myself came from Canada. We had a couple of this when we came to Scotland as MUST do's. This happened to be one of them. We are Cameron's, my great-great grandfather was born just outside of Fort William. Upon arrival there is...More

Thank 9fingers80
Management response:Responded 10 August 2017

We are very sorry that you did not enjoy your visit. Our aim is to provide a warm welcome to Clan members from around the world and we are sorry that this was not your experience. Thank you for letting us know.

Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

We had been told this was the site of commando training and that we would be able to see where this all took place. After paying £4 ppl we entered a small 3 roomed building. At best there was 2 mentions of the 25000 members...More

Thank Sian L
Management response:Responded 10 August 2017

We are sorry that you were disappointed with your visit. We are a small clan centre primarily dedicated to welcoming clan members from all over the world. We acknowledge the importance of the Commandos as a part of that history, and usually find that veterans...More

Reviewed 10 July 2017

a small museum but well laid out. The information was interesting and we really enjoyed the whole experience. The drive upto the museum and the immediate surroundings are well worth a walk around (even though it was raining when we visited!). The castle and other...More

Thank Caroline T
Management response:Responded 11 July 2017

Thank you for the good review - glad you enjoyed your visit 🙂

Reviewed 27 June 2017

After being unsure if we had missed the museum, we decided to keep driving down a beautiful tree lined single track with glimpses of a loch through the trees and eventually we reached the museum. It is housed in repurposed original building on what was...More

Thank moffattoffee
Management response:Responded 28 June 2017

Thank you for your nice review 🙂. We're glad you enjoyed your visit. Good advice too - keep going we are at the end of the road!

Reviewed 2 June 2017

Excellent insight into Clan history: Fascinating exhibits, wonderful clan chiefs who have served their country with distinction, amazing info of WW2 commando training

Thank jamesthefirstand6
Management response:Responded 3 June 2017

Thanks very much for the great review - glad you enjoyed your visit!

Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

A wealth of history, interesting and informative. There's a small gift area for all your Cameron clan memorabilia including books on clan history, etc. Would have loved to have more tartan available other than scarves. If you are doing any research there's plenty of family...More

Thank Kathryn M
Management response:Responded 1 June 2017

We're glad you enjoyed your visit and thank you for your shop suggestion 🙂

Reviewed 12 April 2017

There is a range of interesting artefacts in this museum, we visited thinking we would be round very quickly, however, the items and reading proved to be very interesting. There is a vast range of information for people of the clan Cameron which we are...More

Thank pastelman10Yorkshire
Management response:Responded 13 April 2017

Thank you for the good review - glad you enjoyed your visit 🙂

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