Tain through Time is housed in a collection of buildings around the Collegiate Church of St Duthus, one of the most important medieval buildings in the Highlands, with magnificent stained glass. 'The Pilgrimage', housed in a 17th Century schoolhouse, tells the story of Medieval pilgrimages to Tain through images and sound. 'The Tain Museum', sited in the former caretaker's cottage, is home to extensive collections, some of national importance. Tain through Time includes an audio tour exploring the Church, graveyard and the ancient heart of the Royal Burgh of Tain itself.
Formed in 1974, we have built an international reputation for quality and innovation, with a number of exclusive and loyal buyers from far and wide. We make a large range of high-fired, free-hand painted ceramics in the North West Highlands of Scotland. Every piece of Highland Stoneware is hand-made and freehand decorated.The variations that evolve are the hallmark of the uniqueness of our stoneware. No two pieces are the same, so you can build your own collection.
Ullapool's award-winning museum explores the story of a Highland community, past to present-day. The unique setting is an historic Grade A Listed 1829 'Parliamentary' Church, designed by Thomas Telford. A stunningly filmed audio-visual display provides an exhilarating discovery tour of the area. Exhibitions, genealogy research service, local archives & photographs. Six European languages. Access for people experiencing disability. Shop.