Inverness attractions

Inverness attractions


Inverness Scotland HighlandsInverness, Capital of the Highlands, is an excellent touring centre with good road, rail and air connections. With its suspension bridges across the River Ness and old stone buildings, Inverness is a pretty place which is well-known for its floral displays.


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Attractions Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, Castle Wynd , Inverness IV2 3EB. Tel: 01463 237114. Explore our lively "Man in the Landscape" exhibition and our Discovery Centre. Upstairs is a large range of silverware from the Inverness Area, authentic Highland weapons and bagpipes as well as a collection of Scottish contemporary art. Location: In the centre of Inverness.

Inverness Museum & Art Gallery
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Attractions Inverness Castle and the Castle Garrison Encounter. Tel: 01463 243 363. The Inverness Castle that now sits overlooking the River Ness is a 19th Century building used as the Sheriff Court. At the Castle Garrison Encounter you can journey back in time to 1745, enlist in the Regiment and meet some of its other characters live. Open daily during the tourist season. Location: In the centre of Inverness.

Inverness Castle and the Castle Garrison Encounter

Attractions The Original Loch Ness Visitor Centre, Drumnadrochit, Inverness, IV63 6TU. Tel: 01456 450342. For centuries sightings have been made of a mysterious creature said to inhabit the deep and murky waters of Scotland's most famous Loch. Now you can take our official guide and explore those murky waters for yourself. About 10 miles southwest of Inverness.

The Original Loch Ness Visitor Centre

Attractions The Culloden Battlefield Memorial Project. The new visitor centre is being built 200 metres to the south of the current centre which will remain open throughout the construction period. The centre is being built on a gentle slope and will be almost hidden from the battlefield. About 4 miles east of Inverness.

Culloden Battlefield Memorial Project

AttractionsThe Dolphin and Seal Centre, North Kessock Tel: 01463 731866. The Moray Firth contains a resident population of Bottlenose dolphins in excess of 140 animals, the largest such population in the North Sea. There are also large populations of both Common seal and Grey seal. The Visitor Centre is one of the best opportunities in Europe to observe dolphins and seals in their natural habitat. You can listen to the dolphins through the unique underwater microphone system. Open June-September. About 3 miles north of Inverness.

The Dolphin and Seal Centre

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