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Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage & Museum Tours and Activities

Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage & Museum
Hugh Miller was a well-known geologist and writer who lived from 1802 to 1856 in northern Scotland. The thatched fisherman's cottage he was born in was built in the late 1600s by his great grandfather. The cottage and the Georgian house on the property both stand as a museum honoring Hugh Miller's life, formally the Hugh Miller's Birthplace Cottage & Museum. Hugh Miller's cottage is furnished and shows what it might have looked like when he lived there. The house contains an exhibition and video about his life and work. There is also a reading room which gives visitors the chance to browse through Miller's works. Artwork, tapestries, and sculptures are also on display. 

Behind the cottage and museum is the Yard Garden of Wonders, which is a peaceful garden with native Scottish plants, fossils and other artifacts. It was designed to reflect Miller's love of nature. There is also a traditional cobbled courtyard that was a 19th-century work space. 

Practical Info

Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum is located in the town of Cromarty 22 miles northeast of Inverness. 
Address: Church Street, Cromarty, Highland, United Kingdom IV11 8XA, Scotland
Hours: Daily 12pm-5pm
Admission: Adult £6.50
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Legendary Tour of the Black Isle from Inverness or Invergordon

Legendary Tour of the Black Isle from Inverness or Invergordon

You will enjoy a relaxing few hours while you travel around the Black isle in comfort. Your Guide, Johnny will thrill you with stories of old while he takes you to visit some amazing historical sites, like the Old Priory (Which dates back to the13th century) in the beautiful village of Beauly. You will also see and hear the history and culture behind The Black Isle's villages and towns. You will even get to decide which version of just why this piece of land has become known as the Black Isle... intrigued? Book this tour and find out :)
  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size

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