A guided walk exploring the events that unfolded during the Battle of Culloden.
The 16th April 1746 is a day etched in British history and one that transformed the Scottish Highlands forever. See the hopes of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite supporters disappear in a blood-soaked battle that lasted less than an hour.
Step on to the battlefield to hear stories of both gritty heroism and brutal retribution. Stand where the Jacobite soldiers readied themselves against the might of the British Army. Walk amongst the ‘Clan Marker Stones’ as we consider the impact the battle had on families across the Highlands.
The walk lasts around 90 minutes and starts from the Battlefield Visitor Centre Car Park.
Tours are limited to a total of 10 attendees.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “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
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