Play your part in Scotland’s Ancient Stories



Kilmartin Glen is one of the world’s most significant and exciting archaeological sites. 5,500 years of history in a stunningly beautiful landscape seemingly untouched by time.

Kilmartin Museum has been discovering and displaying archaeological artefacts from Argyll’s past since 1997. A dedicated, passionate team seeks to uncover, explore and share the stories of this special place.

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Plans for the £6.7 million redevelopment of the museum are well under way. We are confident £5.1m will be forthcoming leaving £1.6m to raise. With your help we can reach this target!

Play your part in Scotland’s ancient stories by helping us secure their future. We’re offering recognition for your donations. You will also have the satisfaction of knowing you are helping to protect some of Scotland’s most important prehistoric artefacts and the stories of the ancient people who called Kilmartin Glen home.


£500 TO £10,000 DONATION
Your name inscribed on a bronze donor’s plaque in the new museum. Various sizes are available, please call us to discuss.

Two invitations to the museum launch event, a guided tour of the museum for yourself and up to four friends, and your name in our donors’ book.

Free entry to the new museum for a whole year, and your name in our donors’ book. Plus one museum visit for up to three guests.

One entry to the new museum and your name in our donors’ book.

Various areas of the new museum are available for sponsorship. Please call us to discuss.

To make a donation please click on the donate button below.

If you would prefer to donate by cheque, please make your cheque payable to: Kilmartin Museum Trust

Please send your cheque to:
Redevelopment Team
Kilmartin Museum
PA31 8RQ

Please don't forget to complete a gift aid form which will make your donation go even further. Thank you for your support.




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Kilmartin Museum, Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland, PA31 8RQ : : 01546 510278

Kilmartin House Trust SC 022744 : : Kilmartin House Trading Co. Ltd. SC 166302

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