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Museums and Heritage Centres in Moray

Moray is an area of fascinating historical significance from Roman, Pictish and Viking times, through the turbulent centuries, times of rebellion and times of development.   Moray also has a very interesting social history with related subjects such as religion, agriculture, fishing, textiles, transport and of course whisky.

The attractions listed below catalogue much of this history and are well worth seeing during a visit to the Moray area.

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Buckie Heritage Centre
Dufftown Whisky Museum
Elgin Museum
Elgin Museum
Although we might be Scotland’s oldest independent museum, that doesn’t stop us from trying to come up with new and exciting ideas. From Art Exhibitions, lectures to changing displays, we...
Findhorn Heritage Centre
Lossiemouth Fisheries and Community Museum
Moray Motor Museum
Nelson's Tower
The Buckie Drifter
The Falconer Museum
The Keith and Dufftown Historic Railway
Tomintoul Visitor Centre
Tugnet Ice House
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