Great attraction lots to see and good views over to Chanonrie point and the Black Isle. Cafe staff a bit abrupt.
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I visited this place many times and every time was impressed. It's a great part of the Highland history and nice place to walk around. There is a chance to see the bottlenose dolphins! Once a year on September there is a venue for the...More
Really interesting visit with regular soldiers evident within the fort yet lots of history within. The dining room was spectacular and the chapel was beautiful. Walking he walls gives fantastic views across the Moray to the Black Isle
This is an absolutely huge fortress in a very attractive coastal location. Cafe had stopped doing hot food so are in what was originally thee NAAFI - self service but reasonable food at a reasonable price.
This is a huge fort completed after the 1745 Jacobite uprising. The fortifications are formidable. Around the fort there are various workshops and museums telling the story of the many scottish regiments who have been based there. I enjoyed walking the 1.5km around the battlements....More
This Fort is definitely worth a look round, and I am not usually that interested in all things military. Built in the 17th century It is still a working fort, although it feels like you are walking round a village. There is plenty to see,...More
Fort George has a lovely relaxing atmostphere where you can wander at your own place. Lots of things to see and a cafe. Quite a lot of walking although mobility scooters can be borrowed from the gift shop/ ticket office.
We visited here because the weather was not too good, to be honest. Are we glad we did - it's a huge fort, preserved largely as it was when built 250 years ago. Very good interpretive displays and excellent audio commentary. Lovely views too from...More
We went for the Tatoo! Were able to wander around and take in the magnificence of this working Fort. A lot of history is available within this Fort. There were displays on the field. I was able to sit in a Spitfire. It was awkward...More