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Back To Floorplan Highland Folk Museum
The Highland Folk Museum gives visitors a real flavour of how Highland people lived and worked from the 1700s up until the 1960s. We do this by displaying over 30 historical buildings and furnishing them appropriate to their time period.

Our site is a mile long with our 1700s Township (used as a film set for the world famous 'Outlander' TV series) at one end through to our 1930s working croft at the other. We have an on-site cafe, gift shop and old fashioned sweetie shop.

The Museum is located at Newtonmore in the Scottish Highlands amidst some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. It's a fabulous site where visitors can spend up to a full day and there is no charge for admission.
Back To Floorplan Inverness Castle Viewpoint
The Castle Viewpoint is the newest visitor attraction in Inverness. It offers fabulous 360 degree views of the Highland Capital.

If the weather is inclement, or you don’t feel able to tackle the stairs, you can enjoy the beautiful views via pre-recorded drone footage in our Round Room on the ground floor.

On your climb to the top enjoy a taste of some of the most famous myths associated with the City. The Brahan Seer, the legendary 17th Century highland mystic, many of whose prophecies actually came true. And then learn about St Columba and the monster and how the monster ended up in Loch Ness.

Open April - October 7 days a week.

Admission £5 Adult, £3 Children 12 and under
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