Township - This open air museum is situated on the A83 Lochgilphead/Campbeltown
road 9km west of Inveraray. Open between April and September
it offers an insight on West Highland township life centuries ago.
Tel 01499 500235
- Situated on the A816 south of Oban and 27km north of Lochgilphead.
Fabulous gardens all year round, rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias
to name but a few. Leafy woodland walks lead to views of the
Sound of Jura. Open all year round 9:30amuntil sunset.
Tel/Fax 01852 200366
Golf Course - A stunning 9 hole golf course with stunning
views of Kintyre. Green Fees paid on site.
Craignish Cruises Based at Ardfern
trips subject to availability and weather . This stable
28ft catamaran carries up to 12 passengers plus crew.
There is no better way than to spend a couple of hours in
the company of your local skipper exploring local waters.
As well as the regular runs you can also do your own
charter. check out there web site
Castle - This is the 13th Century home of the Chief
of Clan Maclean on the isle of Mull. Visit the dungeons, take a journey
back through the ages in the exhibition of clan history, or wonder
the impressive grounds. Frequent ferry service from Oban.
Tel 01680 812309.
Castle - Home of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll. Open
April – October (times vary). The Duke of Argyll is the senior branch
of the Campbell Clan. On display is the famous Armoury Collection,
French tapestries, fine Scottish and European furniture.
Tel 01499 302203, Fax 01499 302421, e-mail
email@example.com web site
Scotland’s living 19th century jail. Open all year round visit the
Courtroom and sit in on a trial, see the difference between the Old
Prison of 1820 and the New Prison of 1848. Tel 01499 302381, Fax 01449 302195.
Glen - This area of Mid-Argyll is on the tourist route
between Oban and Inveraray. There are Neolithic and Bronze Age chambered
and round cairns, stone circles, and rock carvings; Iron Age forts,
duns, and crannogs; Early Christian Sculptured Stones; Medieval Castles;
Features of the Industrial Revolution in the Criana Canal and is associated
structures. The local Tourist Offices have more details on the area.
Maritime Museum - Open 7 days a week the Arctic Penguin
is one of the worlds last iron sailing ship. Experience history at
first hand. Tel 01499 302213.
Adventures Oban - The adventure takes place in an
all weather 9 metre RIBS, offering pure exhilaration and the thrill
of close encounters with Scotland's
magnificent sealine and beautiful scenery. Operated out of Easdale
on the Island of Seil, booking is advised by either calling in at
the Booking Office in the Village Shop, Easdald or phoning 01852 300003.
Bookings are also taken at the Tourist Information Office in Oban.