Come and visit our newly redeveloped Museum where you can learn about one of Scotland's great Highland regiments and the lives of everyone connected to it. Exciting displays of objects, pictures and stories are presented in imaginative ways with something for everyone from sport and music to medicine and Royal connections to stories of heroism and derring-do.


The Museum lays out The Argylls' story as you've never seen it before. Our thematic approach has enabled us to highlight every aspect of the lives of the soldiers and their families throughout the Regiment's history: the communities they came from, their experiences overseas, life in barracks and off duty, as well as their fighting exploits. Visitors will benefit from the knowledge of our guides, many of whom served in the Regiment, as they journey through 225 years of the Argylls' history.


The Museum is housed in the King's Old Building, one of the oldest structures in Stirling Castle. Our redevelopment has opened up a new floor of galleries and improved access within the building, as well as revealing many of the original architectural features and tying together the histories of Stirling Castle and The Argylls. Providing a fitting home for The Argylls' story and collection, it is a jewel in the Stirling Castle experience.

Out and About

Can’t visit us? We can bring the Museum to you!

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Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours, how to book and what to expect during your visit.

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Location: Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum,Stirling Castle, Stirling

Research Enquiries

Looking for information on a soldier who served in the Argylls? You can submit a research enquiry here to find out what information we hold about them.

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Volunteer

Our volunteers play a valuable role in keeping the story of The Argylls alive. Contact us about volunteering today!

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Donate To Us

Your generous donation can help us preserve the legacy of The Argylls.

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Getting Hands On With History

Learn all about our handling boxes and how to borrow them!