Inverness Castle comprises of two buildings; a courthouse and prison. It sits on the banks of the River Ness and is a dominant structure in the city. Today it houses Inverness Sheriff Court and there is limited access to the grounds, but you can climb the Castle Viewpoint and experience amazing 360-degrees views of the city. For more information and to book tickets, click here.
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery houses a fascinating range of artefacts and collections from Inverness and the Highlands. The Art Gallery has temporary and permanent collections on offer, including work from local artists.
Inverness Cathedral is open to the public and tours are available of this grand structure. It was completed in 1869 and sits by the River Ness. It was built out of red stone and granite and designed by a local architect. Since it first opened its doors, it has been open for service every day.
Inverness Botanic Gardens
Formerly known as the Floral Hall and Gardens, the Inverness Botanic Gardens is free to the public and walking distance from the city centre. There is a wide selection of local and exotic plants, as well as a tropical and cactus house.