West Highlands Tourist Attractions
Kisimul Castle is the only significant surviving medieval castle in the Western Isles
- Loch Ness
A trip lasting approximately one hour - stunning views of the Great Glen, Loch Ness and the ruins of Urquhart Castle.
Acclaimed local history museum and purveyor of bagpipes, silver, knitwear wool and other quality goods made on Skye.
- Fort William
Ben Nevis Distillery is one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland.
An exciting visitor centre on the outskirts of Portree with exhibitions, art shows, gift shop, book shop, restaurant and cafe.
The Clan Cameron Museum displays the history of the clan and its involvement with the Jacobite rebellion.
The Commando Monument is a large three-figure bronze statue commemorating the service and sacrifice given by thousands of Allied troops during the Second World War.
- Highland Perthshire
Dalwhinnie is one of the six Scottish distilleries that form the Classsic Malts collection.
- Wester Ross
Durness Visitor Centre: Includes a hands on display of local natural history artefacts and a mine of information on local wildlife, geology, archaeology and many other topics.
The Floral Hall, Gardens and Coffee Shop is a unique visitor attraction that offers a tranquil break amidst beautiful floral displays.
- West Highlands Theatres and Venues (1)
- West Highlands Historic Sites (8)
- West Highlands Mansion Houses and Gardens (4)
- West Highlands Nature and Ancient Sites (11)
- West Highlands Museums and Galleries (7)
- West Highlands Distilleries (4)
- West Highlands Shops and Utilities (9)
- West Highlands Family Attractions (9)
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