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Hugh Miller's Birthplace Museum

  • 4.4

  • from 52 Google reviews

An old stone building
An old stone building

Hugh Miller's cottage, Cromarty by Nilfanion. CC BY-SA 3.0

About the garden

Thatched cottage and birthplace of Hugh Miller, featuring a Garden of Wonders.

Opening times

25 Mar–30 Sep: Daily 13.00-17.00 1 Oct - 31 Oct: Tue, Thur and Fri, 13.00-17.00 1 Nov - 31 Mar 2020: Closed

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No cafe or restaurant on site

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Google reviews

  • 4.4

  • from 52 Google reviews

Ruth Gunn

4 months ago

4

Looks good from the out side but it was closed. The rest of the town was lovely worth a visit

Brianritaburns2@gmail.com gromit14

3 months ago

4

Very good. Very pleasant

Zara Williams

7 months ago

5

Bought my first piece of art here!

Dave Barber

2 years ago

5

Fascinating story of the life and times of Hugh Miller, in the thatched cottage that he lived in and the first house he moved into, when first married. Both properties and the gardens have been sympathetically restored, with excellent guidance, information and advice always available. So much better than a impersonal museum.

Jack Bain

2 years ago

5

Wonderful historic birthplace of fairly little-known geologist Hugh Miller, Cromarty's most famous son. Well worth a visit as is the extended museum next door. Very interesting indeed.

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01381 600245

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