With the demise of the Dingwall Town Council in 1975 a group of local people decided to set up a Museum to ensure that all artefacts, documents and other items under the care of the Town Council were safeguarded for future generations.  Many of the items taken over were searched from various corners of the council's property.
 
There is an early 20th century kitchen where you can see several cleaning systems; old vacuum cleaners, a washing dolly, variuos irons etc and a small butter churn and a spinning wheel.  In the same room we have reconstructed the original local smiddy which was worked by six generations of the Gordon family.  There is a collection of tools and items associated with the work of the blacksmith.
 
The Museum is accessible to people in wheelchairs with an audio/visual link in the foyer which connects to the Council Chamber.
 
The Museum is staffed mainly by volunteers who are always ready to help.
Relax in the Garden Area

Multi Media Displays

Guided Tours by Appointment

Special Exhibitions & Attractions

Reconstructions