The hill above the city centre is topped by the picturesque Baronial turrets of Inverness Castle, a pink-sandstone confection dating...
Inverness Museum & Art Gallery
Inverness Museum & Art Gallery has wildlife dioramas, geological displays, period rooms with historic weapons, Pictish stones and...
St Andrew’s Cathedral
The red-sandstone towers of St Andrew’s Cathedral date from 1869.
Stuck beneath the ugliest building on the riverfront, Johnny Foxes is a big and boisterous Irish bar with a wide range of food served...
This spectacular glass-fronted restaurant offers a great menu and a view over the River Ness – try to get a table upstairs. Great value...
1 Ness Walk · interesting places nearby
Lots of polished wood, crisp white linen and leather booths and banquettes lend a nautical air to this relaxing bistro, which offers a Mediterranean-influenced menu that makes the most of quality Scottish produce, especially seafood. The two-course lunch is £15.