Inverness Historic Walking Tour

Come and have some fun on this historic walking tour of Inverness, while learning some of the history from the capital of the Highlands. Listen to some great tales of the Jacobite rising, witchcraft, Bonnie Prince Charlie, Flora Macdonald and others.
Learn about our dungeons and the prisoners fighting for their lives. Learn about our clans and the bravery of the men that gave their lives.
We want to make this walking tour one to remember so we will have a special treat at the end where you will have a whisky tasting (18 years and older).

Flora MacDonald

Flora MacDonald help Bonny Price Charlie escape from the English after the battle of Culloden in 1746

Ness Bridge

The Ness Bridge which was built over the river Ness in 1880. The river flows from our famous Loch Ness. The bridge is commonly known as the jumping bridge by the locals of Inverness.

Town House

The Inverness Town House was built between 1878 and 1882 by William Lawrie. It had a recent makeover to the cost of 3.9 million pound. It’s open to the public for viewing.

This tour is available on Monday, Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday at 11.00

For more info please come to our shop at 55 Church Street Inverness IV11DR. tel 01463 233 333
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