COVID-19

March 19, 2020 by Glenfinnan Station Museum - No Comments

In response to government guidelines relating to the Covid-19 pandemic, Glenfinnan Station Museum remains closed until further notice.

Sleeping Car bookings
– For the time being, no new bookings will be accepted for the Sleeping Car for any date before March 2021.

– For guests who have booked accommodation in the period to 20 May 2020:
You are entitled to repayment in full, but to help our small, independent educational charity
survive the pandemic, we ask that you consider instead:

o To move your booking to a later date within a three-year period of your original
booking, or
o To delay making your claim for repayment until we are again open for business.
o To convert your repayment claim into a charitable donation to Glenfinnan Station
Museum.

Please notify us of your chosen way forward by email to glenfinnan@btconnect.com,
quoting your name and booking reference and the date(s) for which you have made a
reservation.

– For guests who have booked accommodation 21 May – 30 October:
Our normal terms and conditions still apply, but if you would like to move your booking to a later date, specific or non-specific, within a three-year period of your original reservation, you can do so at no cost to yourself. Should you wish to do so, please let us know at your convenience by email to glenfinnan@btconnect.com, quoting your name and booking reference and the date(s) for which you have made a reservation.

Although the museum is currently closed we are still able to process orders for goods from our online shop. So if you were planning to visit the museum or sleeping car this spring, or were booked to travel on the Jacobite Steam Train and were hoping to call in to our museum shop during your journey, you can find many of the goods usually stocked in our shop on our online shop. Click the following link or visit the online shop from the main menu bar on our website.

Our very best wishes for the time ahead,
Hege Hernæs, Curator
John Barnes, Site Manager