A Museums & Art Galleries in Nairnshire
An exciting new visitor centre and exhibition will open towards the end of 2007. Through recent archaeological and historical research the National Trust for Scotland has discovered that the existing centre sits on the third Government line. With the Trust's resolve to return the battlefield to as close as we know it on April 16th 1746 the centre will be moved. The existing facilities struggle to cope with visitor numbers at peak times and it will enable the whole Culloden story to be told in an innovative and unrivalled way.
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The Private House Stay's Guide
Nairnshire runs South from the Moray firth and is bordered by Inverness city to the west and Moray county to the East. Nairn city claims to have one of the lowest rainfalls anywhere in the UK and was the habitual summer holiday destination for Charlie Chaplin when he was alive.