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#1 of 9 things to do in Strathpeffer
This is only a small museum run by friendly volunteers and full of childhood toys and evokes memories in us all who visit.I liked very much the display of the Coming home Quilt and the book of samples that accompa...
This treasure of childhood is run by volunteers and is worth a visit .I liked the special item. of the samplerl quilt.It has a note book accompanying it and is worth sitting a moment and reading about those who ha...
#3 of 9 things to do in Strathpeffer
It is fascinating to see a castle that still functions as a home and Clan seat and we truly understood the burden of modern Scot to keep the rich and deep heritage of Scotland available.
Last month we visited Castle Leod, the real Castle Leoch, Seat of the Clan MacKenzie, the home of the Earl of Cromartie, Chief of the Clan MacKenzie, which is still lived in by the family today.
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#4 of 9 things to do in Strathpeffer

Wildwoodz

Munlochy 9.6 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Munlochy
10 Xbox mad almost and teenage boy's took on the fresh air pursuit of lazertag, Dave you were a legend, their word's, absolutely fantastic time had by all, highly recommend, great fun in a safe environment.
We then went out to learn some basic bushcraft skills, including foraging, shelter building, fire making, and preparing something to eat and drink out in the wild - it was great fun and we all learnt something too!

Rogie Falls

Contin 2.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Contin
An easy stop for Scotland explorers, large car park, toilets, a well laid path taking about 10 minutes and then an amazing view.
This is lovely place to visit the falls are beautiful and the paths are well signed and the walk guides are a really good idea.
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#3 of 12 things to do in Beauly
There are table and chairs perfect for having a picnic, which is exactly what we do.
She hugged me and took us to the petting farm to let us feed the animals.
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In Your Element Scotland

Kirkhill 9.9 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Kirkhill
My Husband took our two children aged 9 and 14 on the 2.5 Hour canoe trip with their guide Jenny around the Fort Augustus area paddling up the rivers and around the lower end of Loch Ness, visiting Cherry Island a...
They provided all necessary equipment at a convenient location and even hooked us up with a shuttle company (Highland Yaks - also really helpful).

Tollie Red Kites

Dingwall 2.2 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Dingwall
Free admission although a donation is appreciated.
Well worth the trip.