I visited the fort after a Culloden visit too. Winding through a quaint village, the fort is expansive and comprises of many parts. What impressed me was the glimpses you get of current army life too - as it is a working barracks - there is not public access to everything. The cafe food was excellent (I have found most chafes connected with Historic Scotland to be goog - but I didn't find this as over priced as some. I was greatly moved by The Highlanders' Museum...well presented. The walk around the walls provides great views - I didn't see dolphins, but I believe they are local residents.
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