Merkinch Welfare Hall Links
Ambaile: Highland History and Culture
Ambaile is a bilingual website containing photographs, illustrations plus other documents about the history and culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
Scotland's Urban Past
Scotland's Urban Past is a five-year nationwide community engagement project about the history of Scotland's towns and cities. Anyone can get involved and start investigating urban environments and how they've changed over time.
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
The museum galleries explore the fascinating history of the Highlands and its people.
The Highland Folk Museum
The Highland Archive Service preserves, conserves and makes accessible the archive collections in the care of The Highland Council, and provides a Records Management Service to the authority. The service is delivered through four archive centres, located in Caithness, Lochaber and Skye & Lochalsh, and the Highland Archive Centre at Inverness which also includes a Conservation Unit and a dedicated Family History Centre.
The online catalogue to Scotland's archaeology, buildings, industrial and maritime heritage
Historic Environment Scotland
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Highland Historic Environment Record (HER)
The Highland Historic Environment Record (HER) is the most complete record of archaeological sites and historic buildings for the Highland region.
National Library of Scotland Maps
National Library of Scotland Maps is a repository of Maps dating between 1560 and 1964 relating primarily to Scotland, though areas outside Scotland are covered to some extent.
PastMap brings together archaeological, architectural and landscape mapping information, and displays it through a single interactive web-based interface.
Dictionary of Scottish Architects
The Dictionary of Scottish Architects (DSA) is a database providing biographical information and job lists for all architects known to have worked in Scotland during the period 1840-1980, whether as principals, assistants or apprentices.
Registers of Scotland (RoS)
Registers of Scotland (RoS) is the non-ministerial government department responsible for compiling and maintaining 17 public registers that relate to land, property, and other legal documents.
ScotlandsPlaces is a website that allows users to search across different national databases using geographic locations.