Groam House Museum

Rosemarkie, Fortrose

Groam House is an award-winning, independent museum in the seaside village of Rosemarkie on the Black Isle. We are situated on the High Street, on what would have been part of an important early Christian monastery enclosure 1250 years ago.

Our centrepiece is the magnificent 2.6m high Rosemarkie cross-slab, an 8th century sculpted stone elaborately carved with enigmatic Pictish symbols and Christian crosses. Groam House Museum also cares for a small local history collection, an array of Pictish stones and the nationally significant collection of Celtic Art teacher George Bain (1881-1968).

School Visits

Whether you want to plan a self-led visit to the museum to explore our collection or whether you would like to book a facilitated session, our museum staff/volunteers look forward to welcoming you.

Whatever your plans, please contact our museum team in advance to book and make sure you get the most out of your visit.

Virtual Visits

Too far away to visit?

Budget restraints making travel to venues difficult?

Don’t worry! While our museum can’t currently facilitate online workshops, there are still other ways we can bring our knowledge and collections into your classroom so please email our museum team for more information.

Family Visits

Families with children of all ages can enjoy a range of museum activities and experience our collections in a safe environment.

To find our what activities and facilities are currently available email our museum team via our website.

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Where We Are

High St, Rosemarkie, Fortrose IV10 8UF : Open 7 days a week from 10am – 4pm (last entry 3.15pm)

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