Things to do
EXPLORE THINGS TO DO IN INVERNESS
Find things to do on your stay in the beautiful Scottish Highlands with by Mansley Serviced Apartments in Inverness.
For the keen golfer there are golf courses in Nairn, Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and Castle Stuart Golf Links.
1. Cawdor Castle
Step into history in the Scottish Highlands at Cawdor Castle. Discover how this historic castle is linked with MacBeth, one of Shakespeare’s famous plays. Cawdor Castle also has beautiful gardens to explore at your leisure.
2. Urquhart Castle
The magnificently situated Urquhart Castle, on the banks of Loch Ness. The castle was once one of Scotland’s largest castles, the remaining tower now provides fantastic panoramic views of Loch Ness and the Great Glen one of the most beautiful spots in the Highlands.
3. Culloden Moor Battlefield
The last battle on British soil was fought at Culloden Moor in 1746 between the Jacobites and British armies. Culloden has been preserved to emulate exactly how it looked on the day of the battle, so why not connect with the past and immerse yourself in a piece of Scottish history.
Tour the exhibition and walk in the footsteps of those that took part in the battle over 250 years ago. Culloden Moor is a special experience, making it one of the top tourist attractions in the Highlands.
4. Dolphin Cruises
Dolphin Boat trips on the Moray Firth give you a wonderful chance to see dolphins and other sealife in their natural habitat. On the cruise you will get a unique view of popular tourist attractions such as Culloden Moor, Fort George and breath-taking views of the Great Glen.
5. Loch Ness & The Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness is the most popular landmark in the Highlands of Scotland. Loch Ness is best known for its famous sightings of the Loch Ness Monster. It is possible to drive around Loch Ness so what better way to explore this beautiful part of the Highlands – and you might just spot Nessie!
6. Landmark Forest Adventure Park
Go on an adventure of fun and discovery at Landmark Park, just a short drive away.
Suitable for people of all ages, there are plenty of rides and attractions for the whole family to enjoy. There are daring rides on the Wild Water Coaster, the adrenalin pumping waterfall ride and the Runaway Timber Train. Landmark Park is a fun day out.
7. Glen Ord Distillery
The Glen Ord Distillery was founded in 1838 and is still producing some of the world’s finest whiskies today, making it the only single malt Scotch Whisky distilleries on the Black Isle.
When visiting the distillery, you’ll discover the process that goes into creating whisky and enjoy a complimentary dram of Glen Ord whisky.