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Hugh Miller's Birthplace Museum

  • 4.4

  • from 58 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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Google reviews

  • 4.4

  • from 58 Google reviews

Jo Gib

a week ago

5

Really interesting small museum. Collection of stones and fossils. Millers cottage is next door - totally as it was back in 1800s! Lovely small garden too....take time to look!

Peter Kitts

a month ago

4

Our stop over on our NC 500 adventure. Lovely spot nice little deli there

Ruth Gunn

9 months ago

4

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

D B

2 months ago

5

This was a fantastic place to visit and the guides were very friendly and informative. We enjoyed both buildings but the little cottage that Hugh Miller was born in was very atmospheric.

Walter Bird

a month ago

5

Beautiful place to visit highly recommend. Beautiful village to walk around.

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01381 600245

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