Invergordon Museum Easily visible from Shore Road by our unique murals depicting some of the history of Invergordon, the museum is situated just off the High Street, behind the British Legion building.
Invergordon Museum Invergordon Museum as seen from Shore Road
Mural 1 The Tide Waders The first mural depicts the women who would carry their men folk to their fishing boats, allowing them to sail to sea with dry feet!
Mural 2 The Sinking of HMS Natal 30th December 1915
Mural 3 The Invergordon Mutiny September 1931
Mural 4 The Bombing of Tank 13
Mural 5 'The Poisoned Chalice' - the promise of new industry to Invergordon
Mural 6 The Oil Rig Invergordon Museum's murals were painted by Steve des Landes in 2006 as part of the Invergordon Off The Wall mural project. The history of Invergordon is shown in paintings on the walls of many buildings within the town. HRH, The Princess Royal officially opened the mural trail of Invergordon in September 2007.
Inside the museum
View of pier from Museum window
HMS Natal display
View through museum window
Iron lung Our extensive display of old medical equipment includes an iron lung
And there is much more to see on a visit to Invergordon Museum!