Comann Eachdraichd Uig

Uig Museum COVID Guidelines


We have had to make several changes since we last opened, this is to ensure that you safely enjoy your next visit.

All the information and changes about reopening are listed below:

  • Due to COVID-19 and Government restrictions, a maximum of 6 people during a 1 hour time slot, can enter the museum.
  • Entry tickets for museum tours are to be booked over the phone; we are not selling any tickets at the door or online.

What are you required as you enter the museum?

  • Face masks and coverings are required. We cannot let you into the museum if you don’t have one, unless you’re exempt.
  • Before you enter the museum, please use the sanitiser station provided.
  • There is a one-way route in place throughout the museum, it is easy to follow.
  • We ask that you keep a safe distance of 2 meters between yourself and others around you. Please be considerate of other visitors and staff.
  • Any artefact that is out on display, we advice that you do not touch any of them.
  • Stay within your selected groups, do not mingle with any other group
  • Our shop will be opening as well, we will only be accepting contactless.
  • If you are feeling unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19, please do not visit the museum. We suggest you stay at home.

We at Uig Museum want you to enjoy your time here in the safest possible way. Thank you for your cooperation.


To book a ticket we advice that you follow these steps…

Step 1:

We request that you book your tickets by phoning this number:

07948 348959

(Please call between 10:00 – 17:00)

Step 2:

State which time and date you wish to book a tour.

Monday – Saturday
12:00 – 16:00

Due to COVID restrictions, we are only permitted to have 6 people maximum in 1 hour slots between 12:00 and 16:00

Step 3:

Please call to book a ticket at least 1-2 weeks in advance.

We will not be selling tickets at the door and we don’t sell any online.


We will be open as usual:

Monday – Saturday
12:00 – 16:00

Museum admission: Adults £2, Members and children free.
See here for more information on Government Guidelines.

If you are feeling unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19, please do not visit the museum.
We suggest you stay at home.


If you would like to leave a comment or get in touch with us…

You can visit our facebook page Uig Historical Society where we will be able to contact you. We have a great facebook family who are always happy to help with anything from dates, photographs and any information regarding Uig.