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Culloden Battlefield Visitor Center Ticket with Audio Guide

Product ID: 214740
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Enjoy the award-winning visitor experience at Culloden Battlefield, with immersive theater and displays of artefacts and weapons. Listen to first-hand accounts leading up to April 16, 1746 when the course of British history changed forever.
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Duration: 2 hours
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  • Walk the front lines where the Jacobites made their last stand
  • Experience the battle at the visitor center’s immersion cinema
  • Travel back in time to the day of the battle in a living history presentation
  • Admire Jacobite artefacts, including letters, weapons, clothing, miniatures and coins
  • See inside the newly restored Leanach Cottage, the only building that survived the battle
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Discover the history of the Jacobite Rising and learn about one of the most harrowing battles in British history at the Culloden Battlefield. Visit the battlefield where around 1,600 men were killed in less than an hour. Listen to the informative commentary of your audio guide.

Enter the visitor center beside the battlefield and explore artefacts from both sides of the struggle, including weapons, letters, and coins. Explore the interactive displays and watch the battle unfold at the center’s immersion cinema. Take part in a living history presentation to travel back to the day of the battle.
  • Access to the battlefield and visitor center
  • Audio guide

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Culloden Battlefield, Culloden Moor, Inverness IV2 5EU. Culloden is 5 miles east of Inverness, off the A9/B9006. Follow the brown signs to Culloden.

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National Trust for Scotland

Product ID: 214740