Cromarty Courthouse is a registered museum providing an enjoyable way to explore Cromarty's past and resources for those with a serious interest in the history of the North of Scotland.
Groam House Museum
Groam House Museum is 15 miles north east of Inverness in the Black Isle seaside village of Rosemarkie. It is an outstanding Pictish Centre for Ross and Cromarty. The unique display is focussed on 15 carved Pictish stones.
Hugh Miller 2002
Hugh Miller, 19th century geologist and writer, was born in Cromarty, a few miles across the firth from the church. 2002 is the bicentenary of his birth, and a new website has been created to raise the level of knowledge about him.
The world's first web site dedicated to the Picts! On the web since 1994!
Located in the heart of the Northern Highlands of Scotland, our wonderful, early Georgian country house is the perfect base for a Self Catering Holiday for a large group of friends, family, a small Wedding or business get together.
Tain Through Time
Tain Through Time is a unique visitor centre. It illustrates the turbulent history of an ancient burgh by a combination of audio-visual presentation, live acting, artefacts, photographs and documents, in a complex of three historic buildings.
Tarbat Discovery Programme
A collaborative project between the Tarbat Historic Trust, Highland Council and the University of York
It has restored the church of St Colman in the village, researched the Pictish, Norse and Medieval site in which the church stands, and created an exhibition in the restored church.
Wemyss House, Nigg
Touch the peace, feel the tranquillity.
Unwind in this luxury home from home.
With stunning views over the Cromarty Firth to
the mountains beyond, Wemyss House stands
in a picture-postcard landscape.