The Kirk is located on the shore of Loch Awe in the village of Lochawe on the A85 between Tyndrum and Oban. The Kirk is open to visitors every day throughout the year, except when closed for special events (please check the Events calender).
The village of Lochawe has a railway station which is approximately 800metres from the Kirk. The bus stop for the Oban to Glasgow West Coast motors bus is opposite the Kirk. There is some parking in laybys on either side of the main road by the Kirk. Some additional parking may be found towards St Conan’s Road.
Although there is no actual admission fee, entry is by donation (we ask that visitors give a donation when they visit). There are collection boxes in the Kirk where you can place your cash. All funds help to repair and maintain this wonderful building.
Suggested donation for 2019 is £3 per person, but please feel free to donate as you wish.
In the Cloister there is a stand with information sheets that you can borrow to help guide you around the Kirk. The information sheets also describe the main architecture and history of the Kirk. As well as in English there are information sheets in a range of languages including: French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian, Greek, Lithuanian, Finnish and Polish. We are working on other languages. We ask that you return the leaflet to the cloister at the end of your visit.
There is an exhibition with lots more information about the architect, the history of the local area and the craftsmen who built the Kirk. The information boards are in English .
Please note there are no toilet facilities at the kirk. The Gatehouse Tearoom does have toilets for customer use.