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The visitor centre is incredibly well set out giving information on both sides of the battle. The 4 sided video room with the battle re-enactment was amazing, it actually made me feel quite emotional at the end of it. While walking around outside on the battlefield the weather was overcast and rainy but it all added to the atmosphere. I am a massive Outlander fan, so my visit to Culloden was one of the highlights of my Scotland trip. I also liked that they had a guide that was walking around in the museum happy to answer questions and give additional information.
Amazing that the company ran the tour with numbers so depleted. A company that can be trusted to deliver and augurs well for another trip. Guide was amazing. Cheery and welcoming, efficient, extremely knowledgable and relayed the information in a conversational and interested way. We felt it was like a friend taking us on our i structional and very pleasant journey.
This was an incredible experience, even with Covid restrictions. I think anyone who lives or visits Scotland needs to make the effort to visit this site. It will leave you with a good understanding of why the Scots are so deeply proud of their heritage. We loved it! The soup at the deli is beyond delicious and perfect on a cold day!
I would like to say a massive thank you to my guide Seana for my trip in early November. I live in Scotland and it was nice to be able to see so many beautiful places in one day. I was a a solo traveller and Seana was so kind and informative it felt like I was on a day trip with friends.
A lot of driving looking at monotonous landscape for hours. Do not seat at the back of the bus, the B roads are bumpy. Make sure you book your lunch before the Loch Ness cruise. I have chosen the tour without whiskey component, we were still taken to a whiskey store.