If you’re looking forward to dashing through the snow with a traditional Christmas in Scotland, why not head on over to the Highlands? With all the bells and whistles of bigger city celebrations, the tranquil Highlands is the perfect place to enjoy traditional Scottish festivities without the hustle and bustle of the noisier, crowded urban alternative.
Shed Some Light On The Festivities
The festivities get under way on the 23rd of November with the Christmas Lights Switch On. Join Santa and the Lord Provost at Inverness Town House as they flick the switch on Christmas in Scotland and mark the start of the festive season. Then head on down to the family carol service at the Old Town Church.
Wonder At A Wonderful Winter Wonderland
From 12 to 14 December, watch Santa’s little helpers at work at the Whin Park Winter Wonderland. Ideal for families of all ages, you can find Santa and his reindeers amongst the beautifully lit trees and festive fairground rides.
Take A Magic Carpet Pantomime Ride
It just wouldn’t be Christmas in Scotland without a fun, family pantomime. From the 2nd of December till the 4th of January, come on down, stop on by, hop a carpet and fly to another Arabian night with the wildly popular Aladdin pantomime. The whirlwind performance from a talented cast will have you singing, dancing, cheering and laughing all through the night.
Fling In The New Year With The Red Hot Highland Fling
Herald in the New Year with Inverness’ biggest free Hogmanay party. The Red Hot Highland Fling will have you dancing the night away with performances from the Red Hot Chilli Pipers and Mànran and Julie Fowlis. If you’ve got wee ones or would simply like an early night, you can join in the fun at the Wee Hot Highland Fling.
Unwrap The Perfect Christmas Break
Whether you’re looking for fun Twixmas Breaks, a traditional Christmas Lunch or Christmas and New Year celebrations, our fantastic festive special offers have something for everyone – making an amazing Christmas in Scotland experience our gift to you.