25_26Glenfinnan Station on the Iron Road to the Isles is a picturesque and tranquil heritage site celebrating the life and work of earlier generations on the West Highland Line.

Still a working railway station, the site offers a unique and hands-on introduction to West Highland railway heritage. The indoor exhibition provides interesting facts and stories about the spectacular Glenfinnan Viaduct and life on the West Highland, while the outdoor exhibits tell the story of a rural Scottish railway station over the last century.

  • Visit the Museum Exhibition to find out how the spectacular railway from Glasgow to Mallaig was built, and learn about the men who built it.
  • Enjoy the lovingly restored Signal Box and its heritage film studio.
  • Visit the station for a close-up encounter with the Jacobite steam train.
  • Delve into the railway toy chest in the Booking Office.
  • Visit the restored Dining Car for scrumptious home baking or a light lunch.
  • Stay in the restored Sleeping Car overnight.
  • Visit the Gift Shop.
  • Enjoy the Woodland, Viaduct and Village Walks.
  • Book a guided tour of the heritage site.

Museum Policies

Glenfinnan Station Museum Trust is a Fair Work employer: 

  • We invest in workforce development
  • We do not use inappropriate zero-hours contracts
  • We support payment of the Real Living Wage as minimum
  • We involve all workers in strategic discussions and their input is acknowledged and acted upon

To view our Collections Development Policy please follow the link: : Collections Development Policy 2015 (1) 

The Forward Plan was adopted by Glenfinnan Station Museum Trust on 16th November 2021. Click the Forward Plan 2021-2023  to  view (opens in same window, then click on document image displayed to open)