Attractions

Gallery in North Mull

Glengorm Castle

A long, single-track road leads north for 4 miles from Tobermory to majestic Glengorm Castle, with views across the sea to Ardnamurchan, Rum and the Outer Hebrides. The castle outbuildings house an art gallery featu…
Castle in Craignure & Around

Duart Castle

The ancestral seat of the Maclean clan enjoys a spectacular position on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Sound of Mull. Originally built in the 13th century, it was abandoned for 160 years before a 1912 restoration. …
Gallery in North Mull

Calgary Art in Nature

Run with enthusiasm and vision, this place just back from Calgary beach is an excellent art space, and also offers great self-catering accommodation. On-site silversmiths and wood sculptors ply their trade in their …
Museum in Tobermory

Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust

This has displays, videos and interactive exhibits on whale and dolphin biology and ecology, and is a great place for kids to learn about sea mammals. It also provides information about volunteering and reporting si…
Beach in North Mull

Calgary Beach

Mull’s best (and busiest) silver-sand beach, flanked by cliffs and with views out to Coll and Tiree, is about 12 miles west of Tobermory. And yes – this is the place from which Canada's more famous Calgary takes its…
Museum in North Mull

Old Byre Heritage Centre

The curious and cheerful Old Byre brings Mull’s heritage and natural history to life through a series of tableaux and half-hour film shows. The prize for most bizarre exhibit goes to the 40cm-long model of a midge. …
Museum in Tobermory

Mull Museum

Places to go on a rainy day include Mull Museum, which records the history of the island. There are interesting exhibits on crofting, and on the Tobermory Galleon, a ship from the Spanish Armada that sank in Tobermo…
Distillery in Tobermory

Tobermory Distillery

This bijou distillery was established in 1798. It doesn't always open winter weekends; phone to check or book. There are two lines here: the standard Tobermory and the lightly peated Ledaig. The standard tour lets y…
Tomb in Central Mull

Macquarie Mausoleum

In tiny Gruline is the mausoleum of Lachlan Macquarie, enlightened fifth governor of New South Wales (Australia) and a local boy, born on the island of Ulva. It's a 500m walk off the main road in attractive farmland…
Museum in South Mull

Ross of Mull Historical Centre

The little village of Bunessan is home to the Ross of Mull Historical Centre, a cottage museum by a ruined mill that houses displays on local history, geology, archaeology, genealogy and wildlife.