Cathedral Inverness Castle Floral Hall

Links - Local and National

1. Inverness Cathedral - St Andrew's Cathedral in Inverness, the Mother Church of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness. A cathedral of the Scottish Episcopal Church designed by Alexander Ross who was based in the city. It is the seat of the Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness, ordinary of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness. www.invernesscathedral.co.uk

2. Floral Hall - Enjoy a tranquil break amidst beautiful floral displays. The Inverness Floral Hall is a sub tropical oasis of rest and calm Walk along the winding paths in the climatically controlled environment of the Floral Hall, pass fountains and ponds alive with sub-tropical fish. www.invernessfloralhall.com

3. Loch Ness - Loch Ness and the legend of 'Nessie', the famous Loch Ness monster has inspired the imagination of young and old for generations & makes Loch Ness one of the top travel destinations for visitors to Scotland. www.visitlochness.net

4. Inverness Museum - Situated in the centre of this busy tourist and market city, is Inverness Museum and Art Gallery. Contemporary artists exhibitions, galleries, natural and local history, presentations, displays, talks, lectures and more. www.invernessmuseum.com

5. Inverness Highland Games - City of Inverness Highland Games and Gathering. Traditional Scottish Event with the Highland Council. From Caber Tossing, Country Dancing, Bagpipes and Piping to the Red Arrows. Parachute Teams and Spectacular Jet Aircraft Events. www.invernesshighlandgames.com

6. The Great Glen Way - Officially opened on the 30th of April 2002 by H.R.H. Prince Andrew, Earl of Inverness. The route, which spans 73 miles/117km between Fort William and Inverness, can be walked in 5-6 days, staying overnight in the various communities within the Glen. The Great Glen Way suits all levels of walker. www.greatglenway.com