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Auchindrain Township The Way We Used to Live ?
Auchindrain is an original West Highland township, or village, of great antiquity and the only communal tenancy township in Scotland to have survived on its centuries old site much in its original form. The township buildings which have been restored and preserved are furnished and equipped in the style of various periods to give the visitor a fascinating experience of what life was really like for the Highlander in past centuries. The township started its life many centuries ago in a beautiful Highland Glen. Queen Victoria visited Auchindrain in 1875 and recorded the event in her diary. We invite you to visit the township and see for yourself, some buildings as they would have been in Queen Victoria's days and others as they would have been in other centuries.


Auchindrain Township, Scotland
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