The Isle of Arran Heritage Museum, founded in 1976(open to the public in 1979) is on the main road, at Rosaburn, just north of Brodick, on the beautiful Island of Arran, Scotland. Originally the site of a small school, the present group of buildings were a croft and smiddy, and include a farmhouse, cottage, bothy, milk house, laundry, stable, coach house and harness room. The exhibits reflect the social history, archaeology and geology of the island.
Come and enjoy the delights of Café Rosaburn, which offers a selection of light meals and snacks, or you may picnic in our riverside gardens, where young children can play with toys in the playhut, or have fun sitting on the big red tractor. Before you leave us, you can browse in our well stocked shop, where you can buy "appropriate" gifts, sweets and ice cream.
The Isle of Arran lies in the Firth of Clyde, on the south west coast of Scotland. A ferry sails from the port of Ardrossan, the journey taking 55 minutes. Details of sailings and the cost for passengers and cars can be obtained from the ferry operators Caledonian MacBrayne.
We are confident that a visit to the Isle of Arran Heritage Museum will be enjoyed by young and old alike, so why not come along and see us.