ABOUT US
Welcome to Mull Museum, Tobermory.

The history of the Isle Mull is captured in the Mull Museum - a small museum crammed with information about Mull in the past.

The Museum is fully Accredited and a member of Museums Galleries Scotland, but entirely independent and staffed by volunteers - entry is free, although we depend entirely on donations.
Mon - Sat
10am - 4pm
Easter - end
of October
The Mull Museum started in the 1970's as a small summer temporary exhibition. In 1986 the museum moved to its present, permanent home in Columba Buildings on Tobermory's Main Street.

  
MLA Accredited Museum
Member of Museums Galleries Scotland
Charity Number SC000223
Mull Museum, Columba Buildings,
Main Street, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, PA75 6NY
Tel: 01688 301100 mullmuseum@hotmail.co.uk
MLA Accredited Museum
Member of Museums Galleries Scotland
Charity Number SC000223

Mull Museum, Columba Buildings,
Main Street, Tobermory,
Isle of Mull, PA75 6NY

Tel: 01688 301100
mullmuseum@hotmail.co.uk
MLA Accredited Museum
Member of Museums Galleries Scotland
Charity Number SC000223
Mull Museum, Columba Buildings,
Main Street, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, PA75 6NY
Tel: 01688 301100  mullmuseum@hotmail.co.uk
Our small museum has steadily developed over the years since moving into its present home, allowing us to build up our ever-increasing collections. The museum contains extensive archives, documenting all aspects of island life and its history, and a large reference library, both of which are available for research purposes, as well as the objects collection, far more than can be displayed at any one time.

The Museum is open 10am - 4pm Mondays to Saturdays and occasional Sundays between Easter and the end of October. Arrangements can be made for group and school visits outwith these times. Contact  mullmuseum@hotmail.co.uk

The Museum is fully Accredited and a member of Museums Galleries Scotland, but completely independent and run as charitable trust. It is staffed and run by volunteers and although entry is  free, we depend entirely on donations.  
The Mull Museum started in the 1970's as a small summer temporary exhibition. In 1986 the museum moved to its present, permanent home in Columba Buildings on Tobermory's Main Street.

The building was generously gifted to us in a legacy by the Craig sisters, Daisy Craig, Jessie Craig and Ena Sutherland. Jessie Craig was one of our founding members. This has given us the room for archives, library, offices, workroom and storage, as well as the exhibition space.

Left: Jessie and Daisy Craig
The Museum is run  by a management committee, assisted by volunteers who carry out many varied tasks with 'backroom' jobs such as transcribing documents in preparation for digitisation, as well as in manning the front desk during museum opening hours.

New volunteers for these tasks are always welcome. Please see the 'Join Us' page for details of the various ways you can help out at the museum.
MLA Accredited Museum
Member of Museums Galleries Scotland
Charity Number SCO000223

Mull Museum, Columba Buildings,
Main Street, Tobermory PA75 6NY
Tel: 01688 301100 enquiries@mullmuseum.org.uk
The building was generously gifted to us in a legacy by the Craig sisters, Daisy Craig, Jessie Craig and Ena Sutherland. Jessie Craig was one of our founding members. This has given us the room for archives, library, offices, workroom and storage, as well as the exhibition space.The  Museum  is  run   by  a  management  committee,  assisted  by  volunteers  who  carry  out  many  varied  tasks  with  'backroom'  jobs  such  as  transcribing  documents  in  preparation  for  digitisation,  as  well  as  in  manning  the  front  desk  during  museum  opening  hours.

New  volunteers  for  these  tasks  are  always  welcome.  Please see the 'Join Us' page for details of the various ways you can help out at the museum.

  
Left: Jessie and Daisy Craig