Greig Street Bridge

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This bridge will give you a beautiful view of the River Ness. It is a lovely spot for strolling and cycling as this has a solid and safe pathway though you may feel that it is the bounciest bridge due to its suspension and unique construction. Many films and television programs have been filmed here. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Inverness Castle

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This fantastic landmark sits on cliff in a way that is overlooking the beautiful River Ness. The castle is built on red sandstone with a defensive structure of the 11th century. Today, this is where the local courts are housed so the interior is not open to the public. However, its grounds have a splendid view. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Eden Court Theatre

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A nice theatre within the city is one of the places you should check out. Moreover, it has a cinema complex that exhibits a varied range of films. It also has a good restaurant with palatable delights on the menu and there are plenty of bars around for wonderful night out. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Inverness Cathedral

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Even if you are not religious, you can certainly come to this place and be amazed of its architecture. This church was completed in 1869. The Archbishop of Canterbury himself in 1866 laid down its first foundation stone. The structure is made up of red Tarradale stone and its columns are of granite. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

The Highlanders’ Museum

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Located in Scotland’s historic site called Fort George, the museum is all about the history of the Highland Regiments from the Battle of Culloden. The collections housed therein include artefacts and trophies of battles and wars that the Highlanders had won. This is very informative and free of admittance fee. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

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Aside from the free admission, you will really love the cultural and educational feel of the place as it is filled with information about the history of Scotland and Inverness. It has galleries on Scotland geology, natural history and archaeology as well. The Puma is one of its story-filled collections. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Tomatin Distillery Visitor Center

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This is a whisky distillery in the Tomatin Village that started to operate in 1958 with merely two stills until it grew into the largest malt distillery of the country. Here, you can have the whisky tour that you would immensely enjoy even if you were not a whisky lover. At the end of the distillery tour, is a tasting session too. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Inverness Botanic Gardens

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The lovely greenhouses and garden would surely capture your eyes. Its Floral Hall is like a subtropical oasis in the center of the Highlands. The sensory elevated flowerbeds and tropical fish pond are delightful. Prince Edward had it opened in 1993 to inspire the local gardeners and visitors from different continents. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

Fort George

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A brilliant sunny day with a delightful snack would be a great day to visit this attraction. This fort has been considered as the strongest artillery fortification in all of Britain. You will enjoy sauntering around the garrisons and the grounds with laden cannons. This is perhaps the best military museum you would see. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!

River Ness

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This 20-kilometer long river is the origin of the name of the city itself. A stroll along either both sides of it would be a relaxing experience and there are numerous pedestrian footbridges to walk on. You can go on a guided river cruise here and see the beautiful Inverness from the fresh waters.