Moray Motor Museum
The Moray Motor Museum houses a superb collection of veteran, vintage, classic cars, motorbikes, scale models and automobilia. Highlights include a 1904 Speedwell, built for Culloden House and once used as a taxi on the Sutherland coast. Another highlight is a 1910 Daimler Tourer built for the Christie family of Blackhills and a 1929 Rolls Royce Phantom I, built for a wealthy Maharajah as a hunting car.
The museum is located in an old mill building. Part of the building was used by the Bishops of Moray as a grain mill in the past.