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Inverness Castle is a grand red sandstone building, overlooking the River Ness. The first castle on this site was constructed in 1057, but it has been destroyed and rebuilt many times since then. Today’s structure dates from 1836, Although most of the castle is closed to the public, the north tower…
Inverness Castle now has a view point. You can't enter the Castle as it is not open to visitors but the view point gives you a great outlook. You need to book in advance.
Great views of the Capital of the highlands, Inverness. At present, only the castle grounds and the north tower are open to the public.
Lovely views of the river and across the city from the castle, it's only a few minutes walk from the flat so well worth a visit
The current Inverness Castle dates from 1836, and it currently houses Inverness Sheriff Court. Unfortunately, most of the castle is closed to the public, but the north tower is accessible as a viewpoint, which offers amazing 360° views of Inverness and the surrounding area. Definitely worth a visit…
The city’s most recognisable landmark. Rebuilt in 1836 it offers great views from the Viewpoint in the North Tower.
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