Inverness Attractions

Guide

Below is Hidden Scotland’s selection of the best attractions to be found in the Inverness area. Enjoy your visit.

Glenmore Lodge National Outdoor Training Centre

Do you like the idea of Outdoor Sports but don’t have the knowledge and experience to be...
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Arisaig

Arisaig, which means ‘the safe place’ in Gaelic, is a small village in the western par...
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Caledonian Canal

Connecting east and west coast, this impressive canal was built in the early part of the 1...
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Aviemore

The town of Aviemore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland. It is a ...
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Glen Affric

This is the place to be if you like a good scenic walk. Here you can find ancient woodland...
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Plodda Falls

Plunging an impressive 151 feet among the peaceful, picturesque woodland these breathtakin...
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Lochness by Jacobite

Let Jacobite Tours take you on a journey around Loch Ness. They have a number of different...
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The Highland Wildlife Park

The Highland Wildlife Park specialises in showcasing local Scottish wildlife, and also hel...
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Nairn

While visiting Inverness, take a day to explore the nearby town of Nairn, and its lovely b...
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River Ness Walk

Why not take a stroll alongside the River Ness on a lazy Sunday? This walk takes you throu...
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Glenmorangie Distillery

A trip to Scotland isn’t complete without visiting a whisky distillery, and Inverness ha...
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Beauly Priori

Beauly Priori is a ruined 13th century monastery, and it’s a must for anyone with an int...
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Fort George

Fort George is the largest historic artillery fortification in the UK, and possibly the la...
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Loch Ness

Loch Ness is famous all around the world for the monster that is said to live in its depth...
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Clava Cairns

After visiting Culloden make sure you take a look at the nearby ‘Clava Cairns’. This i...
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Culloden Visitor Centre

The biggest historical attraction in this area is Culloden Battlefield. This is the site w...
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Suidhe Viewpoint

This is a viewpoint that tells a story of the past. From here you can see stunning views a...
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Wildtrax Rentals

WildTrax offers the discerning traveller a unique experience traversing the Highlands of S...
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Take a boat trip on the Nessie Hunter from Nessieland

Nessieland is a good place to learn all things Nessie. There is a children’s play area, ...
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See 360 degree views of Inverness and surrounds from Inverness Castle

The red sandstone buildings of Inverness Castle can best be viewed from the opposite bank ...
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See the iconic setting of Urquhart Castle

Travel out of Inverness for only 30 minutes by car along the A82 towards Drumnadrocit and ...
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Enjoy the falconry display at Dunrobin Castle

This fascinating castle dates back to the 1300s and it’s a must see if you are anywhere ...
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Try walking one of the stages of the Great Glen Way

The route is 117km long and is divided into six stages running from Fort William to Invern...
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