From hidden gems to the must-see sights, you decide which activities you want to experience and what delights you want to indulge in as part of your very own Celtic story.
On the 21st of July, 1930, an angler from Inverness reported hearing the sound of splashing off Tor Point, before seeing a towering ‘dark creature on the surface of the water.’
This is one of many instances of reported sightings of the Loch Ness monster. The Loch Ness Visitor Centre traces the history of the monster in a bracing show of lasers, digital projections, and special effects. Learn about Nessie, Scotland’s geological past, its folklore, and the research projects carried out on the Loch – and draw your own conclusions about the great monster of the Scottish Highlands.