Inverness-Shire Culture

Some fantastic experiences to be had while your visiting Inverness-Shire.


James Pringle Weavers of Inverness

Discover 'the story of tartan' and explore this weaving exhibition. Situated off Dores Road from the city centre, James Pringle Weavers of Inverness is a working factory site with an exhibition. The mill shop offers a superb range of tartans, knitwear, gifts and souvenirs.
James Pringle Weavers of Inverness

Leakeys Book Shop & Café

Scotland's largest secondhand bookshop. Complete with open log fire and just about any book you could think of. Perfect location to spend an afternoon reading and relaxing on a dreich (miserable, cold and rainy) Scottish day.
Leakeys Book Shop & Café

Old School Beauly Shop

Winner of the Best Scottish Gift Retailer 2015, the shop has a beautiful selection of gifts, clothes, jewellery, toiletries, music, books and much more.
Old School Beauly Shop

Scottish Flair Fine Art Gallery

Scottish Flair Art Gallery, established in 2004, is a private family run gallery that specialises in Edwardian and Victorian Art. The gallery is easily accessible as a city centre establishment and is open to the public free of charge six days a week, showcasing a superb collection of art in all mediums.
Scottish Flair Fine Art Gallery

Scottish Kiltmaker Visitor Centre

At the Scottish Kiltmaker Visitor Centre you will enjoy a facinating insight into the history, tradition and culture of the kilt. Set within a kiltmaking workshop, the Centre creates a colourful, authentic and memorable experience, brought to life with audio-visual, costume and tartan displays in all their brilliance.
Scottish Kiltmaker Visitor Centre
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