Easdale Island Folk Museum

The museum is on Easdale Island near Oban, on the West Coast of Scotland. It has displays on a variety of topics from education, army volunteers, the slate industry, boats and public health.

The museum was set up in 1980 by the owner of the island at the time, Chris Nicholson. The original curator was Jean Adams, who was a direct descendent of a slate quarrier’s family. Jean, along with the help of other local residents and families, collected and arranged the displays of artefacts. She retired in 2006, after twenty-five years of service. The award winning museum is now owned by Eilean Eisdeal, the Easdale Island Community Development Group.

There is a craft area that sells locally handmade crafts, including knitwear, cards, wooden furniture and preserves.

Address: Easdale Island, Nr. Oban, Argyll, PA34 4TB
Tel: 01852 300 173
Web Address: www.easdalemuseum.org
Opening hours:

Open daily from 25 March to mid October April - June 11:00 - 16:30 July & August 10:00 - 17:00

September & October 11:00 - 16:30

Open during Winter by arrangement.