• Location: Inverness, United Kingdom
  • Duration: Flexible
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Uncover the truths and legends of the notorious battle of 1746 at the interactive Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre. See medieval weapons, walk the battle lines and learn about the clash between Jacobite Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Duke of Cumberland through fascinating multi-media exhibitions. Choose from a single entrance ticket or upgrade to a 3- or 7-day Discover Ticket and enjoy access to 90 of Scotland’s National Trust museums, stately homes and historic attractions.

What You Can Expect

Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre Entrance Ticket

Battle of Culloden Stone

On arrival at the Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, present your pre-paid entrance ticket and begin exploring the site of the short yet brutal Battle of Culloden — an historic event that signified the final defeat of clansmen fighting for the Jacobite cause.

Once inside the visitor center, browse exhibits that elaborate on the circumstances that led to Battle of Culloden, a fight in which 1,200 people lost their lives. Learn more about the effects the battle had on Scotland, and the United Kingdom, and hear reconstructed accounts from historical figures involved in the violence.

After exploring the center at your own pace, emerge with an enriched understanding of the historic events that took place at Culloden.

3-Day or 7-Day National Trust for Scotland: Sightseeing Pass

Maximize you time in Scotland by upgrading to a 3- or 7-day sightseeing pass, that gives you free entry to 90 National Trust for Scotland attractions. Enjoy the flexibility of using your 3-day pass over a seven-day period from first use, or use the 7-day pass on any seven days over a period of 14 consecutive days from first use.

Attractions list: Alloa Tower, Angus Folk Museum, Arduaine Garden, Bachelors’ Club, Balmacara Estate and Woodland Walks, Balmerino Abbey, Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre, Barry Mill, Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve, Ben Lomond, Branklyn Garden, Brodick Castle, Gardens and Country Park, Brodie Castle, Broughton House and Garden, Kirriemuir Camera Obscura, Castle Fraser Gardens and Estate, Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve, Craigievar Castle, Craigower, Crarae Garden, Crathes Castle Gardens and Estate, Culloden Battlefield, Royal Burgh of Culross, Culzean Castle and Country Park, David Livingstone Centre, Dollar Glen, Drum Castle, Falkland Palace and Garden, Falls of Glomach, Fyvie Castle, Geilston Garden, The Georgian House, Gladstone’s Land, Glencoe and Glencoe Visitor Centre, Glenfinnan Monument, Goatfell, Greenbank Garden, Grey Mare’s Tail Nature Reserve, Haddo House, Harmony Garden, The Hermitage, The Hill House, Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse and Garden, Holmwood House, House of Dun and Montrose Basin Nature Reserve, House of the Binns, Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum, Inveresk Lodge Garden, Inverewe Garden, J M Barrie’s Birthplace, Kellie Castle and Garden, Killiecrankie, Kintail and Morvich, Leith Hall Gardens and Estate, Linn of Tummel, Malleny Garden, Mar Lodge Estate, Menstrie Castle, Moirlanich Longhouse, Newhailes, The Pineapple and Dunmore Park (grounds only), Pitmedden Garden, Pollok House, Preston Mill and Phantassie Doocot, Priorwood Garden, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Robert Smail’s Printing Works, Rockcliffe, St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve, Souter Johnnie’s Cottage, The Tenement House, Thomas Carlyle’s Birthplace,Threave Garden and Estate, Torridon, Weaver’s Cottage, West Affric

Customer Reviews

Cintia F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

It was probably the most beautiful and saddest place I have ever visited. There's so much history there! To be able to walk in the Moor where so many lives were slaughtered is something between painful and mind blowing!

Aimee M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

The battlefield is haunting and a very solemn place. Worth the whole walk. The visitor center is definitely worth the money, it is a full experience audio and visually through the time period leading up to the battle at Culloden. Amazing artifacts on display. The cafe was very pleasant and a nice place to regroup with hot tea and lunch after a chilly afternoon.

wdcreations

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Really well done museum!

John P United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

We bought this in advance, then exchanged our voucher for a ticket at the Visitor Centre. The main reason for doing this was to pay on our credit cards in advance. We paid for as much online as we could so we could charge less often while there and take less cash with us.

Jacqueline T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

This was an amazing start to our holiday, part of a road trip around the uk. Our trip to Culloden was brilliant, informative. highly recommend this trip especially if you love history and the series of Outlander, really brings things to life.

amyleas

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2017

You can walk the battle ground for free, but the walk thru the museum is well worth the money!

Donald T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Having read all the Outlander books and watched the TV program this gave me a visual for the book. Great tour as you could wander on you own and find and see what you wanted to.

Marilyn T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

this was an awesome place to visit!

Jennifer S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Love how interactive this battlefield was. It made you feel like you were right there during the battle. Definitely worth a visit.

Yesenia R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

The tour was great and the guides were very helpful! Never had to wait long for the next bus, perfect schedule!!! Definitely recommend to anyone wanting to see the city!!!!!

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