Kilts, bagpipes, Gaelic, clans and hot Jacobites (I'm looking at you, Jamie Fraser) - so many of our Scottish stereotypes come from the Highlands.
Inverness has always been the capital of the Highlands, the gateway between the Highland and Lowland communities.
Yet Inverness has a complicated relationship with its Highland heritage. On this tour, you will delve into that relationship through ancient legends, invented traditions and a battle about a cheese.
This audio tour takes you on a 3km walk around the highlights of the town. It takes an hour without stopping but you can pause the tour whenever you choose. The audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smart phone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
What You'll Get
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Pass By: Abertarff House 71 Church Street, Inverness IV1 1EU Scotland
Abertarff House is the oldest non-religious building in Inverness, dating back to 1593. It's a townhouse that belonged to the Frasers of Lovat.
Pass By: Inverness Cathedral, 15 Ardross Street, Inverness IV3 5NS Scotland
Inverness Cathedral is the northernmost cathedral in mainland Britain. The building was completed in 1869 but it remains 'unfinished'. They ran out of money and weren't able to build two tall spires. They had to make do with truncated towers instead.
Pass By: Eden Court Theatre Bishops Road, Inverness IV3 5SA Scotland
Eden Court is the only major arts centre in the Highlands, with a cinema and two theatres. The building includes what used to be the bishop's house. This house was built by Bishop Robert Eden and so the arts centre is named Eden Court.
Pass By: Inverness Castle, Castle Street, Inverness IV2 3EG Scotland
Inverness Castle is relatively modern, dating to 1834. The building is now a court of law. There is a viewing platform that you can go up to after the tour.
Pass By: Flora MacDonald Statue, View Pl, Inverness IV2 3EG Scotland
Flora MacDonald famously helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape Scotland 'over the sea to Skye' after the failure of the Jacobite rising. This statue was erected in 1896.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- Lifetime access to Inverness: Gateway to the Highlands tour
- VoiceMap Application
- Offline access to audio, maps, and geodata
- Tickets or entrance fees to any museums or other attractions en route
Flora MacDonald and Border Collie, Inverness Castle courtyard, View Pl, Inverness IV2 3EG, UK
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
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