During July and August, the Highland Archive Centre, Bught Road, Inverness, will be delivering events for children between the ages of 8-11 years
Exciting new work from some of Scotland’s best contemporary artists.
An Epic Tale: The facts and fiction of life during the Rising - Culloden - a month of activities exploring the fiction and the fact surrounding the Jacobite Uprising of 1745 and the Battle of Culloden.
Great Glen Scenic Chair at Nevis Range Fort William - Buy your ticket from the main Nevis Range ticket office or at the scenic chair (cash only)
PIRATE QUEST at Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage & Museum - come along and enjoy
The Findhorn Heritage Centre and Icehouse is now open every day until the end of august.
Whether you’re a budding artist or a scientist there’s plenty on offer this summer with workshops and drop-in events on a different theme each week of the school holidays. Unless otherwise stated, events will be held at MUSA, and are all free. Parents must stay with 3-6 year olds but can drop off 7-12 year olds at pre-booked workshops. Drop-in sessions are suitable for all ages.
Summer Ceilidh at Nevis Range, Fort William - Come along and enjoy traditional Scottish dancing and live music.
Come along and enjoy Durness Highland Games at Shore Park
A Ranger-led walk, over easy ground. To recover/improve fitness & well-being. Booking not required