Oban War and Peace Museum

For lovers of all things military! The Oban War and peace museum showcases a vast array of artefacts celebrating the town’s history and culture. Visitors can learn so much about not only military history but the local fishing industries, the railways and local sports. The museum aims to provide something for everyone who visits and relies solely on visitor donations to cover its costs, with admission being free.

Where is the Oban War and Peace Museum?

The museum is located on William street, close to the North Pier in Oban town.

The museum was founded in 1996, and its origins come from a local exhibition carried out in the town; called “Oban at war”. This exhibition was created to mark the 50th anniversary of the ending of world war 2, it proved such a success with the local community that it became a permanent fixture and was renamed the “Oban war and peace museum”. So why not make your way down to Oban and take in some of the fine examples of artefacts showcasing local history and culture?

  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • Car parking.
  • Accessible location.

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