Highland Archaeology Festival Events Calendar

You can view events as monthly calendar or a list. With all the events scheduled for the HAF fortnight, you will find it easier to view as a list! Click on the event name for more details.

After each event title, there is a code for the region in square brackets: ON = Online Event, AR = Argyll, BS = Badenoch & Strathspey, CA = Caithness, IN = Inverness & area, LO = Lochaber, MO = Moray, NA = Nairn, RC = Ross & Cromarty, SL = Skye & Lochalsh, SU = Sutherland. This is followed by the event number beginning with an A in curly brackets (useful when filling out feedback forms).
 

For walks, organisers have rated them:

  • Level 1: a simple walk, appropriate for all reasonably mobile people
  • Level 2: a longer or more rigorous walk appropriate for those used to walking in the outdoors
  • Level 3: a long or strenuous walk demanding a moderate degree of fitness and health.

For all outdoor walks ensure you have suitable footwear for rough walking (preferably boots) and bring waterproofs and warm clothing.

There is also a list of self-guided trails that you can explore at any time.

Where appropriate we have added reference numbers (format MHG1234) enabling you to find out more about the sites in the Highland Historic Environment Record, the most complete record of archaeological sites and historic buildings for the Highland region.

For details on how to book, where required, click on the individual event entries.

To view as a monthly calendar click here.
13:00 - 14:00 What Skills do Museums Need to Thrive in a Post-pandemic World? [online] {A100}
Online talk organised by Highland Council Historic Environment Team
09:00 - 17:00 Recent Archaeological Discoveries and Research Conference [IN] {A63}
One day conference highlighting new discoveries and research, organised by Highland Council Historic Environment Team
19:30 - 21:00 New Light on Old Graves [Online talk] {A73}
Session with 3 online talks organised by Highland Council Historic Environment Team: 1) ‘Six heads are better than one?' 2) Visiting the ancient dead. Pictish interventions at a Bronze Age grave at Golspie, Highland 3) 'Mr and Mrs Culduthel': two rather interesting individuals from c 2200 BC
19:30 - 21:00 Tarradale Through Time: Significant discoveries in the Black Isle [online] {A85}
Online talk organised by Highland Council Historic Environment Team
19:30 - 21:00 Cultural Connections at the Monastery of Applecross {A91}
Online talk organised by Highland Council Historic Environment Team


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