48 High Street, Dingwall, Ross-Shire IV15 9HL
Open: Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, all year round
Tel: +44 01349 368200 (or mobile 07712 575905)
Formerly Golspie Gallery, we have now relocated a little further south to Dingwall where we look forward to seeing visitors both old and new.
Alchemist Gallery is very easy to find at the east end of Dingwall's main shopping street - look out for our dark blue frontage and our range of seasonal plants. We are based in an old chemist's shop, formerly known as 'Dewar and Hay', where original features from over 170 years ago have been revealed and faithfully preserved during our extensive renovations.
Cyclists are welcome to use the bicycle rack up the vennel when visiting the High Street.
Dingwall; a grand day out. whatever the weather!
The former county town of Dingwall sits against the majestic backdrop of Ben Wyvis, at the head of the Cromarty Firth, and is on the NC500 route. If, like us, you enjoy having real conversations, with real people, in the real world, we think Dingwall High Street is well worth a browse.
The town offers locals and visitors alike a great range of services, quality independent shops, a selection of good places to eat, is home to a busy auction market, and has a rich and fascinating history. The town house and hall is the base for Dingwall museum, which offers a wealth of information about the ‘locals’; from the Picts to the Vikings and onwards through the years, and a Newton Room, part of a global STEM education concept.
There is plenty of free parking signposted throughout the town, with electric vehicle charging available in the public car parks. Or you can take the bus or train; both stop nearby 'our' end of the High Street.
Dingwall train station is on both the stunning Kyle and Far North Lines, making it a great base for taking a great scenic rail journey to see both the east and west coasts of the North Highlands. A wide range of local accommodation options also mean staying a while in town, or nearby in beautiful rural Ross-shire is easy.