How to find us
We are on Church Street opposite the Cromarty Arms and next to Hugh Miller's cottage and Miller House owned by the National Trust for Scotland
By car: There are signposts from the main A9 Trunk road north of Inverness. The UK Ordnance Survey map reference is NH 789 673.
By public transport: There is a bus service from Inverness (Service 26) and Dingwall (Service 21, Tuesdays and Thursdays only); and a summer ferry from Nigg.
Cromarty map courtesy of Open Street Map
We aim to make sure that the collections and services of the Cromarty Courthouse Museum are accessible to as wide an audience as possible. However, please note that our A-Listed 18th century building has steps, a steep staircase and narrow corridors. This means that access is restrictive for people with mobility issues.
We have recently installed audio soundscapes to give visitors a richer experience of life in an 18th century courthouse and jail. There are QR codes on the walls next to the site of teh soundscapes which link to text descriptions of the content for people with hearing issues (which you can also reach from here). Full transcripts are available and can be consulted in the Courthouse Museum shop.
We are endeavouring to digitise more of our collections and exhibitions in order to achieve wider access to the museum.