HISTORY & WILDLIFE EXHIBITIONS
ROGUES GALLERY THEATRE
SEASHORE PICNIC AREA
Storehouse of Foulis is a new visitor attraction run by the Clan Munro,delightfully
set on the shore of the Cromarty Firth with beautiful views out over the water, and
to the mountains beyond. Centrepiece is the fully restored 18th century grade A listed
Girnal or Rent House, the finest remaining example of what used to be a familiar
type of building dotted along the coasts of Easter Ross and Sutherland. The Girnal
houses a series of entertaining, informative and educational history and wildlife
exhibitions. Unravel seven centuries of land and people brought to life in the Rogues
Gallery Theatre. Learn about the Munro Clanlands, their people, history and heritage.
Gaze into the past in the authentically recreated Rent House, with cut-
The Cromarty Firth is well known for its colony of common seals and the visitor can
explore the evolution and environment of these fascinating creatures in the exhibition,
as well as being able to view the seals on their haul-
As well as its seal colony the Cromarty Firth is internationally known as a wintering
and feeding ground for migratory birds -
One of the major landscaping pieces is the authentic and accurate stone set sundial with its feature Gnomon, each piece hand crafted and set from Caithness stone.
There is also a popular picnic area situated right on the shore from where seals can be viewed hauled out on the banks and rocks of the firth, tidal conditions allowing.
Storehouse of Foulis offers the vistor an interesting and entertaining opportunity to learn something about Highland heritage. We look forward to extending you a warm Highland welcome.