Clan MacMillan International Centre.
The Clan MacMillan International Centre (CMIC) was inspired and opened in 1991 by the chief's late wife Jane MacMillan, after whom the archive room in the Centre is now named.
Visit the Clan Centre and Chief George MacMillan.
CMIC is located on Finlaystone Country Estate in Langbank, Scotland. It is in the same building as the Visitor Centre. Members of CMIC have free entry to Finlaystone except when the estate is holding special events, but other MacMillans and sept-members are expected to pay the usual estate entry charges. See a page on the Finlaystone Estate website listing these charges, and another with directions for finding the estate - which is close to Glasgow Airport.
Clan MacMillan Memorial Wall
The Clan MacMillan Garden, at the back of the CMIC, is bounded by a large wall upon which plaques in memory of clan ancestors are placed around a symbolic family tree.
The Clan MacMillan Centre Library
This consists of books, booklets, pamphlets, and copies of articles about Clan MacMillan and related subjects - plus works written by MacMillans and Sept-members. See full listings (these are incomplete drafts at present) organized by title and author. CMIC literature is available for perusal under supervision and not available to borrow.
The Clan Centre Archives
The main collections held at the CMIC includes:
The records of The Clan MacMillan Society - from its establishment in 1892 to its merger with Clan MacMillan International in 2005.
The records of Clan MacMillan International - previously the Friends of the Clan MacMillan Centre - from 1993 to the present day.
The clan correspondence of Sir Gordon MacMillan from his recognition as chief in 1952, and of the present chief George MacMillan.
Papers and photographs relating to the chief's family - a small collection since sadly many of Sir Gordon's papers were destroyed by bombs during the Second World War.
The historical and genealogical papers of the late Rev. Somerled MacMillan, clan bard & historian - a substantial collection including correspondence, research notes, and unpublished MSS.
The Project MAOL Family History Archive - genealogical histories and family trees sent in since 1951 by clanspeople from all over the world.
Magazines, journals, and newsletters, of Clan MacMillan societies and branches around the world from 1951.
Photographs of clan events and clanspeople from around the world since 1951 - and one or two video tapes of clan gatherings.