Russian Arctic Convoy Project
Russian Arctic Convoy Project
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maria1b12
Prestwick, UK3 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2024 • En solo
A fantastic experience in the museum telling the story of the Arctic Convoys in World War 2. Very well presented in quite a small space, but still covering a lot of stories of the journeys, the naval personnel and the local community. There is also an amazing trip to be made down both sides of Loch Ewe with plenty to see with outstanding structures, the Arctic Convoy Memorial, and memories of different nationalities who also made a large contribution here.
Écrit le 15 avril 2024
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green_lady888
Glasgow, UK50 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2023 • En solo
Wonderful museum, it is small, but is packed with information and staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. Definitely worth a visit!
Écrit le 2 juillet 2023
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David W
Benidorm, Espagne9 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2022
I have wanted to visit this museum for years. So much to see and so informative. The volunteers were so friendly. I will be back and will take more time as I think you need two hours to do the exhibition justice.
Écrit le 30 avril 2022
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Martyn B
75 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2021 • En couple
Very informative with some wonderful exhibits and artifacts that brought the narrative to life. Don’t miss it!!!
Écrit le 11 septembre 2021
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Queeniebiscuit
Royaume-Uni71 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2019 • En couple
Drove five and a half hours to visit this museum. It was well worth it. A heartfelt thanks to the people who volunteer to support the museum and keep it open.
There is an extensive collection of stories and articles telling of the conditions and the bravery of the people who sailed in the Arctic convoys. We came away after spending over an hour feeling very humble and indebted to the wartime experience and to the people who keep their stories alive. I've never felt so moved.
Écrit le 12 octobre 2019
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robd186356
Nottingham, UK83 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2019
The museum is located in a former butchers shop, previously it had a small exhibition space in a local school. It really is on the list of "must see", places for the area. The museum focuses on the role of Loch Ewe and the surrounding area in the Arctic convoys to Russia during WW2. The museum is captivating, filled with hundreds of accounts, exhibits and fortunately has plans to expand. Accounts of war are both moving and harrowing, in no way glorifying war or in any way jingoistic. I would also like to mention the museum is staffed by friendly and very knowledgeable folk. Please visit
Écrit le 15 septembre 2019
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Kathleen L
Glasgow, UK30 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2019 • En solo
My father was part of the Arctic Convoys in WW2 and it was a visit out of curiosity to find out as much as I could. There's quite a lot on line but was lucky to find the badge belonging to the aircraft carrier that my dad served on. people were very helpful and although it's still a work in progress it was very interesting. I then went off to visit the memorial as well which was at COVE. Lovely scenery but still plenty of evidence that this was one of the most strategic sites in the UK at one point. Very humbling to understand the absolute and often ultimate sacrifice that many of the sailors in the Royal and Merchant Navy made.
Écrit le 15 avril 2019
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Norma J
Édimbourg, UK103 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2019 • En couple
Worth visiting even if you did'nt have a connection with the Arctic Convoys(my dad serverd for 2 1/2years on H M S Anson)
We should never forget the brave men and women who served to give us freedom
Écrit le 11 avril 2019
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SmintyLondon
London132 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2019 • En couple
Whilst travelling the North Coast 500 we stopped in here to find out more about the Artic conveys. The two staff made us so very welcome and filled us in on what the museum covered, and the key role that Loch Ewe had played in WWll.
The plan is to extend the museum and create more interactive areas. I really hope that they succeed in this endeavour as it is a fascinating place. Following this visit we went on to find the Russian convey memorial at Cove, and would recommend that you try to do that too.
Écrit le 10 avril 2019
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ecofi
Scotland207 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018 • En couple
Took a different route home from weekend away to visit this....it's on the main road so if travelling from Gairloch area carry on rather than going "into" Aultbea. Anyway, lovely wee place with so much information on the area, the people, the Russian Convoys....wow! Could do with a numbered route or information cards to assist the passing visitor but appreciate it's volunteer run etc so what they have achieved is excellent. Go visit and learn about how this small remote place was so different in the 1940's. Well worth the £4 entry fee each
Écrit le 16 octobre 2018
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