There's never enough time to do it all. Visit a castle, go to the theatre, or take a trip out to sea and look for whales. You can do all that and more on Mull and Iona
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Exhibition with interactive displays. Photographic, oral and documentary archives. Library and research facilities. Geneological research. Shop. Tea and coffee. Picnic area. Walks.
Contact: Brik Halcrow
Tel: +44 (0) 1681 700659
Fax: +44 (0) 1681 700659
Sculpture walk in woodland at Calgary Bay that will provoke and enlighten a general awareness of art in nature. Informal pathways feature artwork, sculptures and stunning views.Wedding licence in woods.Sculpture walk is Open all Year.
Contact: Matthew & Julia Reade
Tel: +44 (0) 1688 400256
Mull Theatre is an acclaimed professional touring theatre company, with a new production centre at Druimfin, just outside Tobermory (on the road towards Salen). Over the year, Mull Theatre shows its own productions, as well as those from visiting companies, offering a range of drama, comedy, children's theatre, dance and more. Please contact us, or visit the website, to find out what's happening.
Contact: Box Office
Tel: +44 (0) 1688 302828
A small museum crammed with information about the history of Mull and its people - geology, standing stones, castles, Spanish Armada Galleon, crofting, emigrants, schools and World War II Naval base. Library and archive by appointment.
Contact: Olive Brown
Tel: +44 (0) 1688 302381
Publishers of books on the walks, wildlife, history and genealogy of Mull and Iona. Books available at bookshops and tourist centres throughout the islands and online from our website.
Contact: Olive Brown & Jean Whittaker
Tel: +44 (0) 1688 302171
Fax: +44 (0)1688 302140
For over 50 years MH&AS has worked to keep the history of Mull, Iona and its islands alive for both members and visitors. Since 2009 we have been deeply involved in the stabilisation of Moy Castle, kept a watching brief on the MacQuarie Mausoleum at Gruline and rebuilt our website. Currently we are creating a new archive for Duart Castle as well as hosting the annual Catherine MacKichan Trust lecture – a popular event for both members and visitors.
Our members are spread far and wide and are often the descendants of people who left Mull many years ago. To join MH&AS you can simply visit our web site where you will also find lots of information about the social history and the archaeology of Mull and a timetable of events updated throughout the year.
Contact: Anne Cleave
Tel: +44 (0) 1688 500111