From culture to nature, shopping to walking, Inverness offers a rich variety of things to see and do.
Enjoy a walking tour with the City Heritage Trail and discover the many interesting historic buildings in the city centre.
Visit Inverness Museum and Art Gallery where you can learn more about the heritage of the area, and discover the complex events that make the City what it is today.
Take a stroll up to Inverness Castle, an imposing gothic-style building dating back to 1835 offering fantastic views over the city and beyond.
Visit to the award winning Eden Court Theatre where you will find an extensive entertainment programme. Next to Eden Court you can visit the imposing Inverness St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness.
The Ironworks is a purpose built live music, event and conference venue in the heart of of the city and boasts state of the art equipment and a fully professional team dedicated to bringing Inverness the best in live music entertainment.
The more active visitor might like to enjoy walking, running or biking along one of the many riverside routes around the city, taking in the beautiful Ness Islands and River Ness. The Highland Council's Countryside Rangers run many events and activities in the area, find out what's on here. Wander west towards the Highland Archive and Registration Centre, Inverness Botanic Gardens, Inverness Ice Centre, Inverness Leisure and Aquadome and more!
If you would like to hire a bike to explore the area there are many options available from road bikes to electric bikes. The first on street electric bike hire scheme launched in Inverness in August 2014 providing 12 electric bikes in the city. Find out more at http://www.co-wheels.org.uk/inverness.
Hop on to a City Sightseeing Tour Bus that leave regularly from beside Town House and soak in the history and views around the City.
For more information on where to go and what to do in the wider Inverness area visit the Inverness Loch Ness Tourism BID have a look at our page - City Centre Guide, Inverness Links. Here you will find links to lots of popular and interesting sites.
For visitors with disability the Highland Council has worked with Inverness Access Panel and national disability organisation DisabledGo to provide detailed access information to 1,000 public venues across Inverness and the surrounding wards. All types of venues are covered including leisure centres, libraries, shops, restaurants, cafes, tourist attractions and many more. The guides look at everything from the availability of parking, dimensions and fittings in accessible toilets, lighting levels, staff training, colour contrast and the services on offer.
Click here to find an accessible venue for you”.