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SKYE'S INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED COLLECTION OF DINOSAUR FOSSILS

 
 

The Staffin Dinosaur Museum was established by Dugald Ross in 1976 when he was only a teenager. The species he identified in the area include Stegosaurus, Megalosaurus, Cetiosaurus, Hadrosaurus, and Ceolophysis.

We offer tours of the infamously hard to find Staffin dinosaur footprints. Not to mention you'll get the first hand account from the man who discovered all of the fossils in the museum. Bring the whole family and experience Skye's only dinosaur museum. 

Hours

9:30AM - 5:00PM EVERYDAY

ENTRY FEES

Adults: £2
Children: £1
Family Ticket: £5 (2 adults 2 children)

NEED HELP FINDING THE FOOTPRINTS? 

Some travellers have trouble finding the footprints, but we can help! When you book your visit just indicate you're interested in a tour. 

Location

 

ADDRESS

Ellishadder
Culnacnoc, Portree
IV51 9JE, UK

DIRECTIONS

Coming from Portree:

The museum is about 25 minutes’ drive on the main A855 road, and is on the first left after the causeway, past the Kilt Rock turn-off.

Coming from the north (Kilmuir), or via Uig: 

Across the Quiraing road, the museum is about ½ miles north of the 40mph speed limit signs in Staffin, and is on the right-hand side before crossing the causeway.