Cromarty Courthouse Museum
Next door to Miller House is this excellent, award-winning Museum, run by a local Trust, celebrating the town’s history. It served variously as a sheriff court, town council meeting place and jail, between the 1770s and 1960s, and was restored and opened to the public in 1991. A mob staged a jailbreak here in 1843 to free a dairy-maid imprisoned for rioting. The unrest arose from the schism in the Church of Scotland known as The Disruption, in which Miller as Editor played a leading role.