Walk in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite supporters on a private virtual tour of Culloden Battlefield and other sites associated with his attempt to reclaim the British Crown. This live tour is delivered personally by me using ‘live-conferencing software’ making use of maps, photographs, street-view videos and plenty of story-telling.
Join me as we walk around Culloden finding out about the events that led to the last pitched battle fought on British soil. Hear tales of heroism that unfolded during just 45 minutes of brutal conflict. Discover what happened to the Scottish Highlands and Bonnie Prince Charlie in the aftermath of defeat.
This is a private virtual tour so we will spend some time getting to know each other beforehand, giving you an opportunity to ask some initial questions.
Your tour will include:
- Culloden Battlefield
- The Clan Markers and Memorial Cairn
- Leanach Cottage
- The Old High Kirk, Inverness
- Ruthven Barracks
Throughout your tour, you can ask questions whenever you like and we can take a closer look at anywhere we visit. You will require a good internet connection as this tour is delivered entirely online making use of live video-conferencing software.
Approximately one hour. The online booking system shows available tour slots to allow you to choose a date and time suitable for your timezone.
Invite your friends and family. Or book for a club or society visit.
Let’s make this a great social occasion by sharing your live tour with friends, family and colleagues across the world.
The price varies according to group size with fees starting from £45 for a single screen and £60 for up to 8 screens.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Andrew is a great guide. Knows his history on the places you visit. A great storyteller with a great base of knowledge on all things of Scotland. Thoroughly enjoyed his tour.” Facebook Review, August 2019
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I cannot emphasize this enough….having previously been to many battlefields, having Andrew give you a tour through Culloden really brings the history to life. You simply cannot get the same experience through reading the historical markers. I consider myself a history buff and was well-read regarding the Battle of Culloden and learned quite a bit on my tour from Andrew. Well worth the money for a very memorable experience.” Facebook Review, October 2019