Visit the site of the final Jacobite Rising

Culloden Battlefield

The Battle of Culloden holds a place in history as one of the most intense battles fought on Scottish soil. On April 16th 1746, the last battle of the Jacobite Risings came to a quick and bloody end, as Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites fell to the Redcoats. Culloden Moor is just a short drive from Inverness allowing you to learn exactly what happened in the lead up to this famous battle.

THE BATTLE OF CULLODEN

A group of Scottish Highlanders known as Jacobites, were campaigning to return James VII of Scotland and II of England to the throne of Great Britain. Spearheaded by “Bonnie Prince Charlie”, the Battle of Culloden was the final uprising, which ultimately ended their plight. The Jacobites were overpowered by the British army and 1,500 men were killed or wounded in just one hour. Afterwards, Bonnie Prince Charlie fled to France and left the Highlanders to deal with the consequences.

CULLODEN BATTLEFIELD AND VISITOR CENTRE

Visitors to Inverness can now experience what conditions were like on that fateful day. Culloden Battlefield gives visitors an understanding of the Jacobite’s struggle. You can even watch the battlefield come to life with live demonstrations throughout the day. The visitor centre and interactive exhibition lets the whole family learn of the events that led up to this battle and the experiences of the Scots following defeat. The kids will love the immersive battle film and interactive exhibitions. Whilst the adults can learn more about the intricate elements of Scottish life during this era.

The battlefield is open daily all year round but the visitor centre opening times vary depending on the time of year. So check their website for more information.

Enjoy a history break in Inverness

After a day immersing yourself in Scottish history, head back to our hotel to put your feet up. Enjoy a delicious Scottish meal in one of our two restaurants and then sample one of our most famous exports in our Whisky Bar. Get in touch below to choose your perfect room or give our friendly team a call on 01463 257 100 for more information.

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IT’S OFFICIAL!! Next month, on Friday 18th & Saturday 19th December, we will be joined by the incredible Torridon for a delicious Festive Lunch and Dinner experience. All with some sorely missed LIVE MUSIC! Whilst restrictions prevent us from hitting the dance floor for now, this still promises to be a highlight of this year’s festive calendar. ✨

Festive Lunch with Torridon:
📅 Friday 18th & Saturday 19th December 2020
⌚️ 11.30am (staggered arrival) until 4pm
🥂 Glass of Prosecco on arrival or non-alcoholic alternative
🍴 Three Course Christmas Lunch
🎶 Live music from Torridon
⭐️£50 per person

Festive Dinner with Torridon:
📅 Friday 18th & Saturday 19th December 2020
⌚️ 6pm (staggered arrival) until 10.30pm
🥂 Glass of Prosecco on arrival or non-alcoholic alternative
🍴 Three Course Christmas Dinner
🎶 Live music from Torridon
⭐️£65 per person

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10am. To book your place all you need to do is call 01463 257102 when bookings go live. We are limited to just 100 tickets per night so to avoid disappointment, be quick!

Everything you need to know about our Festive Dining with Torridon (including terms & conditions) can be found on our website here: www.kingsmillshotel.com/special-offers/festive-offers/christmas-with-torridon/

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