If you are interested in finding out more about the history of the beautiful Isle of Mull, then this is the right place for you! The history of Mull is crammed into the Mull Museum, a small museum that is full of information about the island’s past. Come along and uncover all of the stories and heritage that lie within the museum!
Why should I visit the Mull Museum in Tobermory?
The Mull Museum is fully Accredited and is a member of Museums and Galleries Scotland. Although it is part of an organisation, the museum is entirely independent and staffed by dedicated volunteers. This also means that the museum is free to enter, although donations are highly appreciated!
The museum can be Located on Tobermory’s main street and comes with level access suitable for all types of wheelchairs! There are also large print information sheets about the exhibitions and galleries in the museum and sheets in 7 different languages! There are simplified descriptions for children in many of the exhibitions and galleries at the museum also.
Although the museum is small in size, it is always upgrading and seeing improvements being made! The development over the years has seen the addition of extensive archives, and a large reference library, both of which are open to all for research purposes!
- Free entry for all visitors
- Wheelchair and disabled access to all floors
- The museum is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 am, to 4 pm
- Occasionally open on Sundays between Easter and the end of October