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Museum launches ambitious appeal for extension funding

KILMARTIN Museum is seeking to raise £400,000 from the public towards a new £6.7 million redevelopment project to build more exhibition space for the area’s wealth of prehistoric artefacts hidden in storage.

Kilmartin Glen, north of Lochgilphead, is held to be mainland Scotland’s most important prehistoric ritual landscape, boasting within a 10-mile radius 800 historic monuments built over 6,000 years. The include Britain’s densest concentration of rock art, a unique neolithic and Bronze Age linear cemetery, one of Scotland’s largest timber circles, and Dunadd Hill Fort, citadel to the first Kings of the Scots.

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