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Ok, the battlefield itself is ok and interesting. We are local and walk here frequently, and it is well worth a visit whether or not you do the full thing. The visitor centre itself is very ugly outside and a blot on the historic landscape,...More
We usually come at about 7.30/8am to get the battlefield to ourselves, we were a bit later today and at 8.30 there were already a few other visitors, so if you like it peaceful the earlier the better! Staff in the visitor centre were very...More
This museum and battlefield is amazing with the history come alive with a virtual 3D battle. It feels like you are in the thick of the fighting. The battlefield itself you can almost feel the ghosts and see the stones of the Clans that lost...More
We visited with two children aged 12 and 9 with a Scottish father and English mother. It is a small but well laid out museum with plenty of interpretive and interactive boards and displays. The ability to walk around the battlefield itself shortly after learning...More
We went as a family and had a great day. The exhibitions and information were very interesting from the oldest, 69, to the youngest, 11. There were hand sets so that more information could be heard. We loved the gift shop, although we thought £60...More
One of the main reasons for a holiday near Inverness was to visit the Culloden battlefield - we are keen Outlander fans which drew us into this period of history . The site is managed by the Scottish National Trust, so English NT visitors can...More
We spent time walking around the moor and taking it all in. The flags mark who was where and are set up in such a way that you can picture it all in your mind. We visited the memorial stones and markers. My husband got...More
We live in the area and have visited several times. It is always a moving experience and having a guided tour by a historian on the anniversary of the battle was a very special event. There is always more to learn and absorb. The visitor...More
Long awaited trip to Culloden Battlefield and was not disappointed. Well worth the £2 fee for a guided tour. The guide was excellent in conveying all aspects of the history leading up to the final battle. The exhibition is well laid out and informative.
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Plan at least 3 hours. That'll give you a little time to browse the gift shop, peruse all the info in the exhibition hall, take the self guided tour of the battlefield and stop for a cup of tea or coffee & snack in the... More
Plan at least 3 hours. That'll give you a little time to browse the gift shop, peruse all the info in the exhibition hall, take the self guided tour of the battlefield and stop for a cup of tea or coffee & snack in the cafe. That would be moving along at a fairly good pace. If you absorb every bit of info and meander at an easy pace, give yourself 4 hours. Excellent site!