Mull Museum

Image credit: Bill Clegg

Open to the public

Museum or gallery in Argyll and Bute

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The history of the Isle of Mull is captured in the Mull Museum, a small museum crammed with information about Mull in the past, situated on Tobermory's colourful waterfront. From early people living in duns and brochs, through the times of warring clans and their castles, to more recent events, exhibits of crofting, farming, fishing and everyday objects show what life was like in Mull in the past. The wreck of a Spanish galleon in 1588 brought excitement to the place, as did the hundreds of naval personnel who trained here during Second World War. People went from Mull, like Lachlan Macquarie, the father of Australia, and made their mark on the world. Early visitors to Mull include Johnson and Boswell, Mendelssohn and Queen Victoria.

Columba Buildings, Main Street, Tobermory, Argyll and Bute PA75 6NY Scotland

enquiries@mullmuseum.org.uk

01688 301100

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http://www.mullmuseum.org.uk