Our Museum

The story of Scotland’s great highland Regiment. History brought to life through themed stories about Scottish history, culture, and pageantry. Education visits welcome.

Plan Your Visit

Whether you are travelling by car, bus or train, our museum is within reach

Our Collection

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) was created under the Childers Reforms in 1881 by the amalgamation of the 91st Argyllshire Highlanders (raised 1794) and 93rd Sutherland Highlanders (raised 1799) but traces its history back to the raising of the Stirlingshire Militia in 1639. 


We are delighted to welcome school groups, students and adult learners – have a look at some examples of what we can offer and contact us to explore further.


Read more about what running a museum is like, as well as a delve into some of the fascinating stories behind our collection and archives.


Hire the Museum

From hiring the museum for a special event, to catering for evening and lunchtime meals, we can accommodate groups from 12 to 150 people in great style.

Review us

After you’ve visited us, we would be grateful if you could leave a review about your visit. This will help the team know what you enjoyed and where improvements can be made. You can start this process using the Tripadvisor feature on the right. 

Visitor Testimonials

Support Us

Less than half the annual cost of operating the Museum is covered by guaranteed income. Your generous support is therefore vital to allow us to preserve the collection and operate the Museum as a lasting tribute to those who served in the Regiment, as well as to undertake our education and community engagement activities.