Inverness Museum & Art Gallery
Situated in the heart of the city centre, the Inverness Museum & Art Gallery provides visitors a glimpse into the Highlands, from history to its people. Learn about the Gaelic language and culture and its importance, discover the Picts and their carved stones, or travel back to medieval Scotland and uncover Inverness’ history. The art gallery is filled with temporary exhibitions spanning across two galleries. There are a range of artists’ work to peruse from ‘old masters’ to contemporary art, craft, and digital art – take a look at ‘What’s on’ for current exhibitions, talks, and events.
In summer the museum and art gallery are open Tuesday to Saturday 10am -5pm, and at the same times Thursday to Saturday in winter. Inverness Museum & Art Gallery is a leisurely twenty-five minute walk from Jurys Inn.
Idyllically situated along the River Ness, Inverness Cathedral offers an impressive Red Tarrandale Stone structure and a vibrant but spiritual interior. Enjoy a wander around the grounds and inside the cathedral to see the intricate carvings, colourful stained glass windows, and striking side entrance. Complete your visit with a stroll down the scenic River Ness.
Inverness Cathedral is a leisurely thirty-minute walk from our hotel.
Home of award winning Highland whisky, the Tomatin Distillery offers visitors the chance to learn about the ‘unique legacy’ of Tomatin and sample what they describe as an incredibly soft Highland whisky. Tomatin produce a range of single malt scotch whiskies of different ages and ‘wood styles’ that can suit a variety of tastes and offer a ‘softer side of the highlands’.
There are three levels of distillery tours, ‘The Legacy Tour’ explores the distillery and history, finishing with a taste of three single malts. The tours cost between £7 (£3 for under 18s) and £30. The Tomatin Distillery is situated a short fifteen minute drive from Jurys Inn Inverness.