The Moidart History House is a small interpretation centre located next to the Glenuig Community shop on the A861 in Glenuig. It was opened in 2011 and showcases some of the excellent work of the Moidart Local History Group. Areas of interest include religion, archaeology, agriculture, education, culture, history, townships and places and place names. The centre includes display boards on some of the projects carried out by the Local History Group, for example The High Mingarry Survey. There is also a selection of books, pamphlets, files and leaflets on Moidart and the surrounding areas for consultation. There is also an opportunity to purchase some of published material by the Moidart Local History Group, including a books, cds and walking leaflets. The interpretation centre is open seasonally for a few days each week. Volunteers are on hand to provide further information and answer any questions.
A great resource for finding out more about the history and culture of Moidart and its people.
Open from 1pm-4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Easter - 13th April to 27th April 2017
Thursdays only between 4th May and the end of June 2017.
Then Tuesdays and Thursdays in July and August 2017.