Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre (Inverness) Reviews
Description:Address: Culloden Moor / Inverness / Highland / IV2 5EU / Scotland
Newest Review: ... so we arrived there before 9am (early birds that we are!). The visitor centre is all brand new and is a fantastic place. It is accessible for all and wheelchair friendly. It cost us £9 each for admission, but normally costs £10 each. There was an exhibition that wasn't working, which is why we got a discount. The exhibitions in the visitor centre are great. There is a lot of interaction ... more
Customer Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre (Inverness) Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 215 readings)
Me and my partner visited Culloden Battlefield in May of last year (2008). It was our first time in visiting Scotland and Culloden was on my list to visit! Culloden Battlefield is about a 20-25 minute drive from Inverness. It is really easy to find Culloden as there are signposts all along the way from Inverness. The route has some spectacular scenery and you will see plenty of Highland cows along the way!!! As you approach Culloden from Inverness you will see the battlefield to your right and will notice that there are blue and red flag markers all along the field (i will explain the flags later!). As you turn into the car park, you will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/08 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I first visited the Culloden Battlefield back in the days of my youth and when in Inverness recently visiting a friend we decided to go for a nostalgic trip to the field. On my earlier visit to the Battlefield, that was pretty much what it was, a Battlefield and not much else. Nowadays, it's a different story. The visitor centre has recently undergone a refurbishment and there is now a lot more to see. Culloden is on the Eastern outskirts of Inverness and a five minute drive from the A96 main Aberdeen to Inverness road. If you're driving it's easy to get to but if you're relying on public transport then it wouldn't be the most convenient place to get to. ... Read the complete review
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