Welcome to the
Russian Arctic Convoy Museum

Discover one of the most daring allied operations of World War 2…
Loch Ewe was a hive of activity during the war and it was the point of departure for many of the convoys bound for Russia. The Museum and Exhibition Centre is a lasting legacy to those who braved Arctic waters under constant threat of attack from enemy aircraft and u-boats.

We regret that due to continued building work we have had to delay opening.
We are aiming for mid June but please check back for updates.
Thank you.

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Step inside our museum and discover one of the most daring allied operations of WWII.

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Help us preserve the memories of the convoy veterans at the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum by making a donation to our project. 

HISTORY & LEARNING

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Learn about the brave people and places behind what Sir Winston Churchill described as “the worst journey in the world”.

Plan your visit

Prices

Adults: £5

Under 18s: £3

Under 12s: FREE

Members: FREE

Group rates available, please get in touch >

Opening times

Open

10am – 4pm

Monday to Saturday

April to October

Closed

Sunday

November to March