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Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage & Museum

Humble abode of inspirational geologist, folklorist and fossil hunter with a Garden of Wonders.

Planning your visit

Light refreshments are available.

A stall in the cobbled courtyard sells locally grown plants.

The gift shop sells a great range of souvenirs, including books, minerals, gems and fossils.

Car parking is available near the property in Church Street, as well as on the shoreline and in two car parks within a few hundred metres.

Dogs are only permitted in the cobbled courtyard and in Lydia Garden. Assistance dogs are allowed throughout the property.

For more information about planning your visit please see our frequently asked questions.

If you’d like to speak to us we can be contacted by email: millermuseum@nts.org.uk or telephone 01381 600245.

Facilities

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Accessible toilet
App or audio guide
Baby changing
Children’s activities
Hearing loop
Hot drinks
Shop
Toilet
Wi-Fi

Opening times

Birthplace
1 Oct–24 Mar, closed 25 Mar–30 Sep, daily, 13.00–17.00 (last entry 16.30) 1 Oct–31 Oct, Tue, Thur and Fri, 13.00–17.00 (last entry 16.30) Current period1 Nov–31 Mar 2020, closed

Entry prices

Adult
£6.50
Family
£16.50
One adult family
£11.50
Concession
£5.50

Members go free

At all Trust places, admission is free for members.

Join from £50

Accessibility

  • We have an audio tour. 
  • There is ground floor wheelchair access to the cottage. There are stairs to the upper floor and steep steps to the garden.
  • Access to the ground floor of Miller House is via steps and there are stairs to the upper floors.
  • There is one toilet in Miller House which is partially accessible.

We have an ongoing programme of accessible content development. Detailed accessibility guides for the most visited Trust places are available on our Accessibility pages as well as links to useful resources.

We’d love you to visit the Euan’s Guide website to review the accessibility of Trust places and tell us (and others) what’s good and where we need to do better.