Redevelopment News

Ancient Artefacts Awarded National Significance

Kilmartin Museum is now the home of Scotland’s 50th Recognised Collection of National Significance. This prestigious award, run by Museums Galleries Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Government, has recognised the Museum’s Prehistoric Collection. This remarkable group of 11,623 rare …

Community WHS drop-in event

Drop-in to the Kilmartin Glen Community Feedback Afternoon Facilitated by Taylor Nisbet taylornisbet.co.uk Sunday 20th October 2019, 3-6pm Glassary, Kilmartin & Ford Parish Church (formerly Living Stones) Kilmartin Glen is one of Scotland’s most important archaeological landscapes. It is a …

September 2019

September 2019

We are delighted to bring you an update on the Redevelopment Project. There has been a change of staff, Diane Steele joined us as Project Administration Officer in June of this year and is settling into her part-time role. The …

Exciting news for the Redevelopment Project!

We are thrilled to announce that we have received a confirmed grant of £3.2 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for our Redevelopment Project! The project aims to transform Kilmartin Museum into a landmark venue that interprets and celebrates the global significance …

Support from the Historic Scotland Foundation

Support from the Historic Scotland Foundation

Kilmartin Museum are delighted to announce they have been awarded a £200,000 grant from the Historic Scotland Foundation to go towards the Redevelopment Project. The Historic Scotland Foundation is an independent charity separate from Historic Environment Scotland (HES), which aims …

Donation from Clan McAlpine

Donation from Clan McAlpine

We are delighted to announce receipt of a generous donation from Clan McAlpine!  McAlpine family members who have traced their DNA found links to Kilmartin Glen, and because of this connection they very kindly undertook fundraising efforts in aid of …

Support from Argyll and Bute Council

Support from Argyll and Bute Council

We are very excited to announce that Argyll and Bute Council have agreed to assist our Redevelopment Project with a capital grant for £400,000! The redeveloped Museum will be a huge asset for the region, and this generous support from …