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Culloden battle Field is the site for the last Jacobite Rising.
A place full of history for English & Scottish people.
Well worth a visit if you are interested in history of any country.
Otherwise if U have the time U can make a visit....More
Being a very proud Scottish family, we had been planning a trip to Culloden for a long time. There were 4 generations with us on the trip and we were very much looking forward to finding out more about the battle and commiserating the soldiers...More
I've read a lot about the Jacobites and their fate over the years and the story really touched me, it's harrowing, tragic and fills you with heartbreak. To visit the site of something I have read so much about was such a wonderful experience. I...More
Has been made very much a tourist destination since my first visit 13 years ago. Wasn’t too impressed that payment was required for parking. However, the battlefield has brilliant notice boards and signage up and is a credit to the Historic Places Trust
The visitor centre with the exhibition was superb. I enjoyed the fact that the history is being narrated from both sides. The 360 experience of the battle is fantastic. The work through the moors and the clans’ stones is touching.
There was a lot of information about the battle , more than I needed to know personally. I was there like many others to visit the stones. One of the most popular is Clan Fraser, thanks to Outlander. To my sister and I, also focused...More
Our family visited Culloden Battlefield. I found the 360 presentation of the battle especially interesting. It put you in the middle of the battle and you could see the combatants approaching each other, engaging in the fight and falling. After seeing the show and other...More
We hopped a bus from Inverness and had a leisurely walk (it was about 3 miles) to the museum. Lots of interesting facts and the presentation that was done was really informative. However, I feel like the cost for admission was a bit over priced...More
As a descendant of Scots, I knew it was likely some of my ancestors may have fought at Culloden. I cannot prove it one way or the other. I only know, this site with many of the clan names in my ancestral line listed on...More
Any time you can learn about a pivotal event in history on the actual sight I think it adds so much. Culloden battle field and visitor Center was very moving to me. To walk around the field where it happened right after learning so many...More