Dunbeath Heritage Centre celebrates the history of this small village, and the life and work of Neil Gunn, arguably its most famous resident.
Dunbeath Heritage Centre is a small museum with displays relating to the history and heritage of the local area. As well as information about Scottish writer Neil Gunn, born in Dunbeath in 1891, it is also a space for temporary exhibitions, events, and activities. The boat-shed at the harbour is also open to visitors.
The centre is open seasonally and opening times vary - check their website for current information.
In a previous life, the building housing Dunbeath Heritage Centre was a schoolhouse, where the celebrated author Neil Gunn attended his lessons.