What To Do in Inverness

Looking for 'What to do in Inverness', well Inverness offers a huge choice of things to do from ancient castles, highland clans, the Caledonian Canal, highland museums, 4,000 year old burial cairns, to Loch Ness and the world famous monster.

There is no short of 'What to do in Inverness', the city is located at the head of the Great Glen, in the Highlands and provides a fabulous choice of things to do in Inverness which include Outdoor activities including some really special walks for those keen to explore the area. Also there are a number of great attractions in and around Inverness that are well worth considering when making your choices for your holiday.

Create your own Inverness What to do list using the 'Trip Planner' - We strongly suggest that you take your time to look through these pages and compile a list of all the things to do when in Inverness by using the 'Your Trip' planner facility on the site. As you add each entry to the Trip Planner, it will add the location to the Google map so you can find directions to all the venues on your 'What to do in Inverness' list you have chosen for your holiday.

Museums in and around Inverness


Inverness has a number of very special museums, which include a museum dedicated to the picts at Rosemarkie, and the Cromarty Court House Museum in the 1773 court house at Cromarty.

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Inverness Attractions, Battlefields and lots more to see and do


A comprehensive list of Inverness attractions in and around Inverness, which includes where to see dolphins, the Loch Ness Monster, and Culloden the last battle fought on British soil, all within easy reach of Inverness City centre.

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Inverness Walks


The Inverness Area has a wealth of opportunities for Leisure and Walking. Not just in the city centre with its historic trail or along the river Ness to Ness Islands, but in the surrounding area as well.

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Inverness Castle

Castles - Great Places

Inverness Castle is right in the heart of Inverness city over looking the River Ness, anyone visiting Inverness will see it dominating the River Ness which is has guarded for centries. Today it is the Court house and is not open to the public.

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