Tain & District Museum

The Tain and District Museum lies in Tain, Highland, and was opened in 1966. It now forms part of the 'Tain Through Time' complex, located around the Collegiate Church of St. Duthus.

The museum houses a mixed collection of artefacts that pertain to the history of Tain. The museum is also home to a photographic collection, a collection of Tain silver and archive material relating to the Ross family.

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