Mull Museum - Tobermory
The Mull Museum is a small museum packed with information about the history of the Isle of Mull. It is run by volunteers and depends entirely on donations and people taking out a membership. The museum was once the village bakery and at the back of the building you can see an exhibit of a dummy baker loading bread into one of the original bakery ovens.
There are exhibits of farming, fishing and crofting, showing what life was like for the people of Mull in the past. It also displays documents about the wreck of a Spanish galleon in 1588 at Tobermory harbour. Mull saw its fair share of military action in the second world war, with Tobermory being an important naval harbour. The Mull Museum gives you a glimpse of this era.
|Address: Columba Buildings, Main Street, Tobermory, PA75 6NY|
|Tel: 01688 301100|
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 16:00 from Easter until the end of October