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We are a museum set in Cameron Square which is just off of the centre of Fort William High Street. We have eight rooms packed with fascinating objects, from treasure from a shipwrecked Spanish Armada galleon to the bagpipes played at Bannockburn in...more
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Cameron Square | Fort William, Fort William PH33 6AJ, Scotland
All reviewsbonnie prince charlielocal historyfree admissioninteresting exhibitsrun by volunteerssmall donationqueen victoriaworth a visitjacobite historyglencoe massacretwo floorshigh streeton displayrainy daylocal areacouple of hoursfew hours
Well worth a visit if your in the area. From Jacobites to commandos the history is all here. Free entry but option for a donation. Let's face it if you don't leave one it can't function and future visits may not be possible so the...More
Planned a day of shopping on High Street and came upon the WHM. It was a pleasant surprise! Jim was a warm and inviting soul ready to provide an answer to your question. What a magnificent collection of history and interesting displays to educate its...More
This was a true find. We had not seen ads for this museum and were just trying to find the tourist information in Fort William, when we stumbled across it. The staff were so friendly and answered many questions.
There are many pieces from Bonnie...More