Inverness is Britain’s northernmost city and is surrounded by some of the world’s most breathtaking mountain and moor land scenery. It offers easy access to a huge choice of outdoor activities and visitor attractions, from lochs and castles to battlefields and nature reserves.
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Things to do in Inverness
- Explore the famous Loch Ness, a must do on any trip to Scotland
Scotland’s deepest loch is truly picturesque, even if you don’t catch a glimpse of the legendary Loch Ness Monster! Or visit the spectacular Urquhart castle on the shores of the Loch.
- Discover the beautiful Orkney Islands
Depart from John O’Groats, the most northern point in Scotland and see the main attractions including Skara Brae, The Churchill Barriers, Scapa Flow, The Ring of Brodgar, The Standing Stones of Stenness and The Italian Chapel. More >>
- Visit Culloden Battlefield
This battlefield marks the site of the historic 1746 battle between the Duke of Cumberland and Prince Charles. The visitor centre and exhibition allows the whole Culloden story to be told in an innovative and interactive way which appeals to all the family.
- Try out the many highland outdoor activities
The Scottish highlands are a great place to enjoy a range of outdoor activities in stunning natural surroundings – from quad biking, white water rafting, canyoning and gorge walking, clay pigeon shooting, off road driving, paintballing, archery, mountain biking, quad biking and clay pigeon shooting. Fun for all the family or great for a hen or stag party.
- Smell and sample Scotland’s well known whiskey on a distillery tour
At the Tomatin Distillery, see how whiskey is made and enjoy a tasting session.