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Places of Interest

St Giles Cathedral
  The Preston Aisle of St Giles Cathedral, with some of the banners of member of the Most Noble Order of the Thistle.

St Giles Cathedral Web Site

The Cottage Museum
at Moy Hall
  During the winter of 1746 Bonnie Prince Charlie stayed at Moy, which is the Seat of Clan Mackintosh. He was entertained by Lady Anne and was almost captured by Government forces who got wind of his location. Luckily for the Prince, as the Government troops arrived at night a few clansmen confused them into thinking the whole Jacobite Army was camped at Moy, causing them to flee. This event is known as the "Rout of Moy". The bed pictured is claimed to be the same bed Bonnie Prince Charley slept in during his stay at Moy.
Flags of the '45' on display at Bannockburnhouse (for the community)

Bannockburn House is a 17th Century A-listed mansion house, which has survived largely unchanged, apart from an added Victorian extension.  The original part of the house was completed around 1675 by Sir Hugh Paterson, although it is believed it may be built on an earlier building called Drummonds’ Hall.


Culloden 2016
The Annual Commemoration Event at CULLODEN battlefield

A colourful section of the 2016 procession

Gaelic Society of Inverness