The 17th March 2007 saw the opening of the new heritage centre: "Ionad Naomh Moluag" (literal translation: St Moluag's Centre). Mrs Angela Yeoman did the honour of opening the new building on a day in which the weather could have been a little kinder.
Donald Black made a speech and Duncan MacGregor thanked Mrs Yeoman for opening the centre.
An overview of the building of the centre is available here
Ionad Naomh Moluag is open daily between 11am and 5pm April-October and entry to the exhibition and Tigh Iseabal Dhaibh is £3.00. During the winter months (November-March) the centre is open only by prior arrangement. Within the new building there is a cafè which serves refreshments and light meals. The library holds a collection of gaelic and historical books and there is a small shop selling local books, postcards etc.