InvernessTourist Attractions

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Eden Court Theatre

The Eden Court theatre is the largest arts centre in Scotland and is located in Inverness

Photo - Eden Court Theatre


Moniack Castle

Moniack Castle produces Scottish Country Wines, Liqueurs and Preserves

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Dolphin Cruises

Dolphin Cruises departs from Inverness harbour out onto the Moray Firth to view the wildlife

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Jacobite lake cruises

Jacobite Lake Cruises is the finest way to see Loch Ness.

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Inverness Castle

Inverness Castle is a dramatic 19th century neo-Norman castle overlooking the Caledonian Canal, built to house the County Hall

Photo - Inverness Castle


Inverness Cathedral

Inverness St Andrew's Cathedral was first new cathedral in Britain to be completed after the Reformation in 1869

Photo - Inverness Cathedral


Inverness Museum & Art Gallery

Inverness Museum & Art Gallery includes Scottish geology and Jacobite memorabilia, Inverness silverware and authentic Highland weapons and bagpipes

Photo - Inverness Museum & Art Gallery


Abertarff House

Abertarff House - an example of a turnpike street dwelling built c. 1592, and now being restored to serve as a museum.

Photo - Abertarff House


Inverness Town House

Completed in 1882, this Victorian Gothic building was the Town House of the Royal Burgh of Inverness and now serves as the Inverness area office of the Highland Council.

Photo - Inverness Town House


Victorian Market Arcade

The Victorian Market Arcade in Inverness has a diverse array of independent shops

Photo - Victorian Market Arcade

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