The battlefield where the Jacobites met the Hanoverians so long ago has been restored to what it was thought to look like. It's just a field wth flags makring the fronts of both battlelines and a monument in the middle between them. It is hard to stir up any feelings the, but off to one side is a nwe museum that does a wonderful job describing the pivotal battle for the British crown.
Two features of the museum stick out - first is the film presenetation that litterally puts you in the middle of the battle with screens on all four sides of the room, and the other is a presentation by an enactor dressed as a Hanoverian officer.
This attraction will give you a better idea of about the battle that marked the end of the major Jacobean efforts to acquire the throne.
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