The former Parish Church of Farr built in 1774 is now the home of The Strathnaver Museum which is an independent volunteer run museum exploring the Highland Clearances, agricultural life and Clan Mackay.
The Museum Collection and Displays have developed from a traditional collection of artefacts relating to the domestic and working lives of the people of Strathnaver Province, which covered a much larger area of the North West beyond the river strath of today. This collection continues to be enlarged through generous donations of items, Strathnaver Museum led research projects and discoveries of archaeological artefacts, adding to our understanding of the past.
Part of the Strathnaver Trail which links archaeological sites Bettyhill to Altnaharra. Guide books and trail maps are available from the Museum.
10.00 - 17.00 Monday to Saturday from 1st April to 31 October
Area: Sutherland | North
OS Grid Reference: NC 71448 62254
Ground floor accessible to all. DVDs are available to view which explore the upper level.