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the museum shows so much of the islands history especially if you have family who lived there as i did, my late mum used the two brass taps that were on the milk delivery cart that drove around the island nice to see them in...More
Great museum with lots of interesting items to look at and learn about. Staff were really lovely and friendly to us and our kids. Nice little shop there too, not overpriced. £4 for adult admission and kids get in free. Will definitely go back next...More
We visited the museum on our rainy day in Rothesay. It had a whole room devoted to the natural history...most important to me, so I loved that part. The other room was a mix of historically significant items very likely donated over time. It is...More
First visit this year and the pizzas are just as fresh, honest and flavoursome as before. New beer, 48 Ferries is a full-on experience: just 1 pint is a good idea, not only because of 5+ strength, Scalpsie Blond as refreshing as last year, but...More
We hadn't heard too much about the museum before visiting, so we weren't too sure what to expect. In short, we had a great time and learnt a considerable amount.
It's no surprise Bute has earnt the nickname 'The Unexplored Isle', there are thousands of...More
This is an old style museum and lecture hall which is used by the local natural history society. Three volunteers were a great help and guides. I had a great conversation about biology, plants and how they are affected by geology. There are a lot...More
Excellent Island history archaeology wild life etc. Fascinating model boat display. Well worth a visit. Central location opposite Rothesay Castle and next to Moat Leisure Centre. Five minutes walk from ferry and bus terminii
A family of five made up of myself, my young son, Gran, Gramps and my Uncle arrived on Rothsey after a sail on the Waverley on a very rainy, windy August Wednesday. Typical British summer time weather but where to go on such a wet...More