We are now looking at the north end of Aultlarie Farmhouse.
The farmhouse dates from the mid-late 1800s. In the early 1900s it was the principal farm residence except when rented out to tourists. This locally common practice raised income for the farm.
Currently, the upstairs of the building houses the Museum's offices. Outside the farmhouse we see a charabanc which is used to transport less mobile visitors round the extensive site.