We visited on a sunny day which showed off the Cathedral to its best, the lovely stained glass window inside shone. It feels like history in every stone, from the effigy of the Wolf of Badenoch on the tomb behind the altar, to the belfry at the rear of the cathedral. Just off the aisle, there is a small room that houses artifacts from the Cathedral and the Chapter House. The grounds are a good place to sit and watch the river pass and take in the tranquility of the Cathedral grounds. Take a walk around the whole cathedral, look into the belfry tower. The Cathedral extends to the tower, but it is closed off due to the masonry. I wish this could be opened up if only to gain more of a feeling of size and importance this Cathedral had to the Highlands of Scotland. The grounds are a perfect end to the tour by sitting and watching the river go by.
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