Hiding in the Attic

An unexpected find in a loft uncovers the experiences of an Argylls soldier in the last year of the First World War. Read more in our latest blog. Read more

My Student Placement Experience at the Argylls' Museum

Read about Leah's experience in the Argylls' Museum as part of her Forth Valley College Business Skills course. Read more

Polishing Up the Silver Collection

Meet Audra and Jeanette, two students from the University of Glasgow, who are helping document the silver collection in the museum. Read more

The Warnock Siblings

Read about the fascinating story of two siblings, an Argyll and a VAD nurse. Both lost their lives within a few short months of each other at the same hospital in Rouen, France during the First World War. Read more

Remembering The Argylls

Each November we pause to remember those whose lives have been lost in service with our Armed Forces. This tradition of a day of remembrance began in 1919, following the devastating losses of the First World War. In this blog we reflect on some of those Argylls who gave their all. Read more

'The Thin Red Line': The 93rd Sutherland Highlanders at Balaklava

The 93rd became immortalised as 'the thin red line' after facing down the Russian forces at Balaklava on 25th October 1854. Read on to find out more. Read more

Getting Hands On With History

Have you tried on a feather bonnet, picked up a WW2 field telephone or held a postcard from WWI? Hear how you could borrow our handling boxes. Read more

#AskACurator Day 2021

What's the best thing about the new museum? How many objects do we have? Our Collections Team answer questions about the Museum's collection as part of the annual #AskACurator day. Read more

In The Archive: Cataloguing the Collection

Read more about our Collections Volunteer's time exploring the Maps in our archive. Read more

A Message From Brigadier Bruce Russell

A message from outgoing Chairman of the Regimental Trust, Brigadier Bruce Russell, on the completion of the redevelopment project and subsequent Royal opening. Read more