Stories from Nairn Museum
Discover a collection of the extraordinary stories from Nairn Museum which highlight the town's fascinating cultural heritage.
Famous Visitors to the Royal Burgh of Nairn: Mary, Queen of Scots
Discover the story of Mary, Queen of Scots and her eventful trip to Nairn in the 16th century.
Discover the history behind the iconic Boath House and the Dunbars of Boath.
Weaving Yarns: Gansies, Folklore and Superstition
What makes a gansey? Learn more about this traditional jumper and the local myths which surround it.
Nairn Public Hall
Discover the story of Nairn Public Hall, a historic centre for live music and entertainment.
Steeped in tales of treachery, romance, murder and the paranormal, discover the history of Rait Castle, Nairnshire.
Founded by the Roses of Kilravock, learn about the impressive Kilravock Castle and the inspiring Baroness Elizabeth Rose (1747-1815).
Isobel Gowdie - Witch of Auldearn
Discover the story of Isobel Gowdie of Auldearn, accused of witchcraft in the 17th century.
Cawdor Castle, Macbeth and a Ghost
Once home to the Thanes of Cawdor, explore the history of this iconic Nairnshire castle and the ghosts said to haunt its grounds.
Famous Visitors to the Royal Burgh of Nairn: Charlie Chaplin
Tread in the footsteps of stars in Nairn which was once a popular holiday destination for one of the most famous actors in the world, Charlie Chaplin.
The Culbin Sands
Uncover the mystery of the vanished farming township and the legend of Culbin Sands.