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The image top right is of Falcon Square in
Inverness centre with the Eastgate Shopping
Centre overlooking the Square.
The image second top right is of Station
Square for the Train Station
on Academy Street, 50 yards from Falcon Square.
The Royal Highland Hotel is in the Square with
a grand staircase, worth popping in to view.
The Bus Station is next door.
The image third top is of the Inverness Museum
& Art Gallery, top attraction in the
City centre, next to Inverness Castle. 59 Large
Images, take a tour.
Castle is just off the High Street, with
great views over the City and Riverside. This
Castle was built in 1836 to serve as the County
Hall of Inverness-shire. There had been two
other more historic Castles on this site
before. Inverness Castle Large Image.
The Castle now serves as the County Court.
You can walk around the Castle grounds for top
views over Inverness, Riverside and Cathedral.
The Castle Viewpoint
opened in 2017 allowing visitors to climb the
stairs of one of the Towers for even better
views over the City.
Cathedral is situated on the west side of
the River Ness, a short scenic walk from the
City centre. The Cathedral was completed in
1869 for the seat of the Bishop of Moray, Ross
and Caithness. The Cathedral is good for photos
inside and out, although many trees make
exterior photos testing.