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Groam House Museum

Door open days

7 September 2019 (10am to 5pm)

8 September 2019 (10am to 5pm)

Highland - Black Isle, Ross & Cromarty

Displays on "The Picts of Rosemarkie", also "The impact of the First World War on Rosemarkie, Fortrose and Avoch".  There are also children's activities for all ages including Pictish rubbings and a handling table.

Groam House is a harled 18th Century white painted two storey harled town house standing gable end to the High Street in Rosemarkie. The elegant courtyard is decorated with Pictish themed mosaic panels.  Since 1980, the museum has been a Centre for Pictish Art internationally known for its magnificent Rosemarkie Cross-slab and display of other Pictish carved stones made some 1200 years ago for the vibrant monastic community of Rosemarkie.

Guided tours of the permanent display of Pictish Stones in the museum.  Mini exhibition on a missing part of the Rosemarkie Cross slab.


Key Information

Building Date: 18th century

Parking and toilets in adjacent car park

Where to find us

  • 38 High Street
  • Rosemarkie
  • IV10 8UF