Things to do near Invergarry
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These Things to do listings are provided by the local community operated business initiative.
Enjoy Loch Ness, from the gateway of Fort Augustus to the heart of the Scottish Highlands
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Fought at the head of Loch Lochy on July 15th 1544. This conflict
was so named since the day being so hot the opposing clans
discarded their plaids, fighting only in their shirts.
Designed in 1854 by James Dredge this cantilever bridge over
the River Oich was used up to 1932. Today traffic goes over
the Caledonian Canal at the nearby Aberchalder swing bridge.
South of Invergarry along the west shore of Loch Oich.
The obelisk erected in 1812 sits on top of the well, tells the
story of the wells gruesome past, which took place in 1663.
The station is situated at Laggan Swing Bridge, on the Great Glen Way and adjacent to the Great Glen Water Park and Canoe Trail.
This is an exciting and challenging project to establish a static railway museum at the site of the old Invergarry railway station - 'a station frozen in time'. Clearance of vegetation on the site will soon be completed and 2013 will see repairs to the platform and underpass where necessary, and preparation of the site to receive artifacts.
Now in ruins was the seat of the chiefs of the MacDonnell’s of
Glengarry. It was burned down in 1654 rebuilt c1660-1665 partially
destroyed again after 1745 by troops under “Butcher” Cumberland.
Glengarry Heritage Centre is now open for the 2014 season . We have an Exhibition of Glengarry during WW1 this year. The first two weeks we will be open Tues-Thurs 11am-3pm, thereafter Tues-Friday 11am-3pm. We can also open by arrangement outside those times for groups or anyone wishing to research the area or family links. Please call the number below to arrange a visit.Read More