If you want to know the history of highland's story including its culture, you definitely need to go to this museum, just behind the Inverness Castle. You will get in touch with some clothes, and gaelic language (there is about 6% Highland's people speak gaelic now). You should also come to Inverness's visitor centre, just next to the museum. They are very helpful. If you haven't known what to do in Inverness, go to them. You better ask them first if you want to, for example step on 'river ness's small island', cause sometimes it's closed.
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