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Set on the picturesque shores of Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle’s history can be dated back to the 6th Century. Walk the path of Scottish Nobles, then visit the exhibition in the visitors centre. Enjoy Loch Ness and look out for the monster on a Jacobite Cruise.
Read more about: Loch Ness & Urquhart Castle, near Inverness
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Read more about: East Links Family Park
Our Entertainment Team works hard to bring you a wide range of enjoyable daily activities and evening entertainment to keep the whole family entertained during your break with us in Aviemore. Browse our range of entertainment and various activities below, and please contact us if you would like to know what is likely to be on during your stay.
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Situated amongst magnificent park and woodland, Callendar House tells stories spanning 600 years of Scottish History.
Read more about: Callendar House
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This is a beautifully landscaped park with stricking displays of annual bedding and ornamental shrubs. In addition there are four tennis courts, an 18 hole putting green and children's play area with bouncy castle.
Read more about: Dollar Park
As the world's only rotating boat lift, the Falkirk wheel is a unique attraction!
Read more about: Falkirk Wheel
Beecraigs Country Park boasts forest trakcs, childrens play area, mountain bike trails, animals, fishery, camping site and picnic areas.
Read more about: Beecraigs Country Park
Recent additions to the Boness Motor Museum include a car from the Harry Potter films, Thunderbirds hover bike and Tardis props from Dr Who.
Read more about: Boness Motor Museum
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum traces over 200 years of one of Scotland's elite military regiments.
Read more about: Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum
At Bannockburn in 1314, in one of the defining moments in Scottish history, King Robert the Bruce routed the English forces of King Edward II to win freedom for the Scots.
Read more about: Bannockburn Heritage Centre
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