• Loch Ness

    Visit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.

  • Loch Bad a

    Loch Bad a' Ghaill

  • Inverness Castle

    Inverness Castle is merely minutes away from The Ness Guest House.

  • Eden Court Theatre

    Eden Court Theatre in Inverness.

  • Infirmary Footbridge and Memorial

    Infirmary Footbridge and Memorial.

  • Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

    Explore the art, history and heritage of the Highlands at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.

  • The River Ness and Inverness Castle

    The River Ness and Inverness Castle.

  • Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre

    Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre.

  • Dunrobin Castle

    Dunrobin Castle.

  • Glenfiddich Distillery, Speyside

    Glenfiddich Distillery, Speyside

  • Dolphins at Inverness Harbour

    Dolphins at Inverness Harbour.

  • Inverness Golf Club

    Inverness Golf Club.

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In addition to having lots of information on local and regional attractions, tours and maps, we provide updates on events in Inverness (for example where you can enjoy live Scottish music) our personal recommendations and those of previous guests on what to see and do and where to eat and drink in the Capital city of the Highlands.

There are many things to see and do in Inverness and the Highlands, why not play a round of golf, walk along one of our beautiful beaches, go fishing, see the wildlife and take in the wonderful scenery.  There are walks, historic sites and castles to visit.  For the more adventurous there’s ski-ing, snowboarding, canoeing, sailing, rock climbing and hill walking.  Boat trips on Loch Ness, whisky tasting at distilleries, dolphin cruises, cycling, Highland Games and welcome in the New Year at the Winter Festival Hogmanay Party — the Highlands have got it all!

Listed below are current events happening in Inverness, there are plenty of other activities taking place in the surrounding area.

Scotland has a long tradition and history of Highland Games where Clans would compete against each other in sporting events. Early Celts viewed such events as war games where their strongest and bravest soldiers would win the games.

North Coast 500

The North Coast 500 (NC 500) is a fantastic 516 mile journey around the North of Scotland, with some of the most beautiful scenery Scotland has got to offer.

Video by Visit Scotland