The main hall can seat up to 200 for concerts, and up to 145 for table layouts, making it ideal for private functions as well as musical and arts events. Our programme of events is set to increase year on year , see details separately.
The cafe/lounge and main hall are both served by a full specification kitchen, with stainless steel food preparation areas, 6 burner cooker and oven and full food handling facilities and equipment.
There is also a smaller meeting room, which can accommodate up to 22 or 15 round tables for meetings or training events. This room has
private toilet and hand washing facilities, making it equally suitable for playgroup,
therapy or clinical purposes. There is an additional dressing/anti-
The hall also offers two sales point locations, one by the front door and the other
in the cafe/lounge, for the sale of local, non-
The main hall opens out to a veranda, stepped seating and patio arena, which is ideal for outside talks, informal events and even barbecues. This area has several picnic benches and acts as a fair weather outdoor extension for the cafe/lounge.
The building was completed in early 2006, replacing our old hall, which collapsed in 2004.
The hall is located in the western outskirts of Invergarry village, near the shinty pitch, on the road towards Skye.
The public toilets for the village are located at the hall, which also has a cafe
serving a range of freshly-
There is ample car parking.
Hall Officers Change
Chairman L Macnally
Secretery M Macllenan
Treasurer C Menzies
Vice chair J Menzies
Glengarry Heritage Centre
Glengarry Community Hall
Come in and see us at the Glengarry Heritage Room. Here you can sit and read about your local history, browse through our collection of photographs, letters and documents and look at our permanent exhibition of Glengarry history which ranges from stories of the clan MacDonell of Glengarry and the emigrations to North America through to the Victorian Ellice estate village. We have collections on everything from schools to fishing and a good selection of books for you to glean information from, as well as old maps.
We also keep census and other records not only for visitors from America, Canada and Australia looking for their Glengarry roots but also for people whose families have connections with the old Glengarry and Glenquoich estates.
We are always looking for more material so if you have any old photographs, letters or articles which you think might be of interest, please bring them in – we can copy them and let you have the originals back again.
We also sell a good selection of books, maps and cards and do our best to help you with any enquiry.
Run entirely by volunteers, the Centre is open in the spring and summer from Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. or at other times by appointment: tel 01809 501424 or 501359. Entry is free. You can also email us at