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Another notable attraction is Abertarff House, Inverness's oldest building dating from 1592.The Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum is a fun attraction as a small interactive maritime museum with nautical-themed displays including the world's largest model of the ill-fated Titanic ( scale).While much of this mountainous region is uninhabited (and therefore excellent for hiking and biking adventures) it does boast many lovely small towns and villages.One of the prettiest is the tiny coastal town of Dornoch, noted for its cathedral and castle ruins.
Although not historically accurate (Duncan was in fact murdered by Macbeth at the Battle of Elgin), it's a wonderful place to visit with its large collection of Shakespearean literature and fine period furniture.
Hours: Daily (May-Oct) Admission: Adults, £10; Children (5-15), £6.50; Families, £2 Located just 38 mi east of Inverness on the road to Aberdeen, Elgin has a number of historic attractions worthy of a visit.
After centuries of plundering, what's left of Elgin Cathedral's tower hints at the former splendor of the 314 ft long "Lantern of the North" as the church was known.
Other tourist sites of interest are Spynie Palace with its massive David's Tower built in 1470; Duffus Castle, a fine example of a Norman motte and bailey castle; and Brodie Castle and Country Park, seat of the Brodie family since 1160 and home to fine French furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, Chinese porcelain, and a notable collection of paintings including works by French Impressionists and English and Dutch artists.
Your tour around the extensive grounds should include a visit to the 6 ft high Pictish Rodney Stone, carved with Celtic animal symbols and inscriptions.
At the eastern end of the loch stand the ruins of Ardvreck Castle, built in 1590 for the Mac Leods and later run by the Mac Kenzies and Sutherlands.