Attraction in Strathpeffer

Highland Museum of Childhood
The Old Station
Strathpeffer
Highlands

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The Highland Museum of Childhood is located in a restored Victorian Station which once served the Highland village of Strathpeffer in its heyday as a Spa. Set in a garden and picnic area, there is easy free parking.

The Museum tells the story of childhood in the Highlands of Scotland, recording customs and traditions amongst crofters and townsfolk. Grown-ups and children alike enjoy the Museum’s award-winning video “A Century of Highland Childhood”, and the informative displays; there are hands-on activities for children.

The Museum is home to the fascinating Angela Kellie Doll Collection. Other items include children’s costume, and toys, books and games from the Victorian and Edwardian periods; more recent additions from the 1920s to the 1950s bring back memories for many.

The Museum Shop stocks gifts, traditional toys and a wide selection of books. The Museum Coffee Shop has a reputation for fine coffees and teas, home baking and freshly prepared snacks and soups.

Details

Nearest UK Airport: Inverness
Months Open: Apr - Oct: Mon-Sat 10.00-17.00, Sun 14.00-17.00
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Up to 20
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £2
Children/Concessions: £1.50
Family: £5
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Coffee Shop - teas, coffees, homebaking and freshly prepared snacks.

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