DALMALLY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION | Welcome

What are we about?

  • Promoting local history & archaeology of  Glenorchy & Inishail Parish.
  • Researching – Parish Records, old manuscripts & archaeological surveys.
  • Publishing local history books, journals & papers.
  • Archiving Materials & Information, & recorded inscriptions of the burial grounds of the parish.
  • Organising – Tours around around historic sites, trips further afield, informal talks, Movie nights, Social events that profile history. Archaeological digs.
  • Exhibiting [annually at the Dalmally Show].

TIGH MOR Archaeological Dig

Why not join us for an archaelogical taster dig on a medieval  site?
Come for one or more sessions running from 22nd – 27th July in one of the most beautiful locations in the country.

For further details:
t: 01838 200915
e: dalmally.historical@gmail.com

Dalmally village was established by the first Lord of Glenorchy, Sir Colin Campbell and started as a settlement serving the nearby historic Kilchurn Castle. Nowadays, Dalmally is a popular tourist destination surrounded by lochs, rivers, mountains and beautiful scenery with plenty of shops and amenities including hotels, holiday accommodation, places to eat and railway station operating on the Glasgow to Oban line. 

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