Step through the door of this elegant eighteenth century Courthouse and come face to face with the tough Highland justice of the time; visit a prisoner, take part in a trial. This grade A listed building is the home to the museum of Cromarty and its neighbouring parish, Resolis. Its collections, exhibitions and learning zone provide a fascinating (and free) insight into the past, present and future of this unique part of Scotland

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Book Launch

Slaves and Highlanders: the Book Launch Walk – Extra walks David Alston’s initial walks around Cromarty were so popular that…

Slaves and Highlanders

’Necessary reading for our moment’ As more of us become increasingly willing to confront our history and try to understand…

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Our museum shop has a range of locally produced goods and items specially made for the Courthouse from elsewhere in…

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Trip Advisor Reviews
  • star rating  The Courthouses’s audio enactment of historic Cromarty trials was a great experience.
    Lovely to hear the Cromarty dialect being spoken by descendants of those who were originally from Fishertown. A... read more

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    4 August 2021
  • star rating  The Courthouses’s audio enactment of historic Cromarty trials was a great experience.
    Lovely to hear the Cromarty dialect being spoken by descendants of those who were originally from Fishertown. A... read more

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    4 August 2021
  • star rating  This was my second visit to Cromarty Courthouse, the first being five years ago.
    I was delighted to see so much of interest and there have been some great additions... read more

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    16 July 2021