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If history and heritage are your thing then you may want to visit one or more museums in the area and find out more about the heritage and history of Argyll and surrounding areas.
Auchindrain Museum is an extraordinary attraction which brings a historic farming village back to life.
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explore the natural and historical heritage of the Isle of Bute from mesolithic and neolithic times.
The heritage centre in Campbeltown has information on lots of different pieces of history about the town and other parts of Kintyre.
The Castle House Museum, which has been open since 1998, is one of Dunoon’s most historic locations.
provides tourist information for the island and includes interactive exhibits illustrating local attractions and historical insights.
Argyll is rich in history with many remains and artifacts from across centuries available to see in and around Kilmartin, mid Argyll.
A fascinating collection of artefacts and photographs depicting the rich cultural history of the busy port town and its people.
The Old Manse at Inverchaolain, near Colintrave is a small Museum dedicated to the Lamont Clan on the shores of Loch Striven.
The building in which this small museum is housed has been owned and operated for four generations by the Montgomery family as the local blacksmiths.
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