Inverness and Highland offers wide range of amazing experiences for tourists.
Inverness really has got all the elements for a memorable city break. Discover its flourishing culinary scene, explore the Victorian Market or Eastgate Shopping Centre for a bit of retail therapy, catch one of the many events at Eden Court and other venues, or take your time to admire art exhibitions in the city's gallery spaces.Find out more
The Castle Viewpoint is the newest visitor attraction in Inverness offering fabulous 360 degree views of the Highland Capital and the surrounding scenery.
If the weather is inclement you can enjoy the beautiful views via pre-recorded, narrated drone footage in our Round Room on the ground floor.
Below is a stunning 360 degree panorama taken from the top of the tower. Best enjoyed in full screen mode.
The battle lines have been redrawn at the new Culloden battlefield experience. With the site restored to as close as possible to that seen by the forces on that fateful day in April 1746, Culloden now welcomes visitors with an impressive new visitor centre and exciting interactive exhibition.Find out more
Explore the historic city of Inverness with a visit to Inverness Museum and Art Gallery. Situated right in the historic centre of the city at the foot of the Castle hill, the museum is a treasure trove of artifacts relating to the history of Highland Scotland.Find out more
Scotland's answer to Route 66, the new scenic route showcasing the fairy-tale castles, beaches and ruins.
Culliss House is a perfect place to start or finish your NC500 journey.
Urquhart Castle - Wild natural beauty and 1,000 years of history - Urquhart Castle offers a taste of the Highlands at their most dramatic.
Loch Ness - Just a short distance from Inverness, this impressive stretch of water is 23 miles long and over 700 ft at its deepest, making it Scotland’s largest loch in terms of volume.
Twice the size of the Lake District, the Cairngorms National Park has more mountains, forest paths, rivers, lochs, wildlife hotspots, friendly villages and distilleries than you can possibly imagineFind out more
Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses and the largest in the Northern Highlands with 189 rooms. Dunrobin Castle is also one of Britain's oldest continuously inhabited houses dating back to the early 1300s, home to the Earls and later, the Dukes of Sutherland.Find out more
Eilean Donan Castle is one of the most recognised castles in Scotland, and probably appears on more shortbread tins and calendars than any other. It is, without doubt, a Scottish icon and certainly one of the most popular visitor attractions in the Highlands.Find out more
Discover the romantic Highland castle, the 14th century home of the Thanes of Cawdor. Located about 5 miles south west of Nairn, Cawdor Castle was built around a 15th century tower house which originally belonged to Clan Cawdor before passing into the hands of Campbells in the 16th century.Find out more