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Treasures of the Earth

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Anna & Jiri
Anna & Jiri
July 30, 2018
An amazing gems, rocks and fossils collection, an award winning exhibition.
Jan
Jan
August 19, 2017
Exhibition of the geology of the area around Fort William. Gift shop sells lots of articles which include some of the stones which can be found here
Sarah
Sarah
December 30, 2016
This venue has amazing displays of fossils and stones from around the local area. It's also great to visit when the weather isn't so good!
Ruth
Ruth
April 27, 2016
One of Europe’s finest collection of Crystals, Gemstones and Fossils. Housed in an atmospheric simulation of caves, caverns and mining scenes there is something for everyone to enjoy. Learn about the largest Gold Nugget ever discovered and the history of the Scottish Gold Rush. Explore our stunning…
Anna
Anna
April 07, 2016
A Collection of fossils and Gem Stones.

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“Substantial ruins of 13th-century castle on the banks of River Lochy, that was backdrop for Inverlochy battles. Walk back along towards Inverlochy Village and watch anglers fishing for salmon on the river, or cross the footbridge and walk beside the A830 to Neptune's Staircase, a staircase lock comprising eight locks on the Caledonian Canal. Built by Thomas Telford, it is the longest staircase lock in Britain.”
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Fort William, Inverness-shire PH33
Téléphone01397 772283
Heures d'ouvertureOpen · Closes 4:00 PM