||Monday - Friday||Saturday|
|April - May||10am - 5pm||Closed|
|June - August||10am - 5pm||10am - 5pm|
|September - October||10am - 5pm||Closed|
|November - March||Closed||Closed|
Closed on Sundays
We will be closed for the 2016 season on Friday 28th October.
Please contact us to arrange to visit outwith these hours.
There is a wheelchair lift and wheelchair accessible toilet in the Pilgrimage. The Collegiate Church is accessible to wheelchairs but the churchyard paths are gravelled. The museum has three steep steps and is not accessible to wheelchairs. There is a hearing loop at reception in the Pilgrimage.
|Tain Through Time||Museum|
|Family (2 adults + 4 children)||£10.00||N/A|
If you plan to visit with a party of 10 or more, please contact us for details of group rates. Groups of up to 60 can be accommodated.
Research visits and enquiries
If you are planning to visit for the purpose of research, please contact us at least a week before you come. One of our volunteers will assist you in locating relevant material.
If you are unable to visit in person, please write in or email us with details of your enquiry. We will make an initial search for material free of charge, but a fee is payable for any further research undertaken by us on your behalf.
Telephone: 01862 894089
Getting to Tain
Tain is to be found on the southern shore of the Dornoch Firth in Easter Ross. It is situated beside the A9, 35 miles north of Inverness. Tain Through Time is located in the centre of Tain; behind the Tolbooth, opposite the Royal Hotel.
By Car: Tain Through Time is sign posted from the Tain by-pass. Driving directions can be produced using the map at the foot of this page.
By Train: Tain Through Time is a short walk from the train station. Scotrail provides details of the latest timetable for the North Highland line.
By Ferry: The Comarty Ferry is not running at present.
By Air: Inverness Airport serves the Highlands for air travellers.
Tain Through Time
Tower Street IV19 1DY
Tel: 01862 894089
Use the form below to get driving directions to this location (these are kindly provided by google)
Our latest news and activities.
Tain & District Museum is home to an extensive and varied collection of objects, photographs and archives of local, regional and national significance. Because of the relatively limited exhibition space, only a small proportion of the collection is on display at any one time. Our website allows us to make more of the Collection accessible to all.
We welcome Rosses from home and abroad. Find out about Clan Ross history and latest news of Clan activities.