Culloden is a village situated 3 miles east of Inverness in Scotland. 3 miles to the east of Culloden village you will find Culloden Moor which is the site of the Battle of Culloden. 
At Culloden there is the opportunity to experience the emotion of the Battle of Culloden at the 360 degree battle immersion theatre visitor centre. In 16 April 1746, the final Jacobite Rising came to a harrowing end and was one of the toughest battles in British History. You can find out all about the 1745 Rising from the perspective of the Jacobite and Governments and there will be the opportunity to see unique artefacts from that time. It is worth taking a guided tour of the battlefield with an expert guide where you will learn about the key areas of action on Culloden Moor and also visit the graves of 1500 Jacobite soldiers. While there, make sure to go and see the 18th-century Leanach Cottage which has a beautiful thatched roof and was crafted using heather from the actual battlefield. 
The visitor shop is also well worth a visit where there is the chance to pick up some unique gifts including jewellery from the flowers of the battlefield, prints and Culloden Whiskey.


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