- Tours and River Cruises
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
Join kelpies, selkies and the Loch Ness Monster on a City Sightseeing Inverness Hop On Hop Off Tour. Over 12 stops you’ll see all sorts of historic gems so without further adieu, och aye the noo!
Inverness is surrounded by spectacular lochs which you can spy from the top of an open-top double-decker bus. Hop off and take a stroll alongside the River Ness to catch a view of the spectacular Inverness Castle. Next, visit the famous Dochgarroch Lock by boat, or book a Jacobite cruise on the Loch Ness where there’s plenty of stunning scenery and local legend to boot. Just watch out for monsters!
Once on dry land, visit Abertarff House - which is the city's oldest building dating back to 1593 - before hopping off at the Highland Archive Centre on Bught Road. It’s an interactive journey through Scottish history, something you’ll also get an insight into with your informative onboard commentary. If you have time you’ll also want to see St. Andrew’s Cathedral and the fabulous panoramic views of Kessock Bridge.
- 12 stop tour of Inverness
- Explore the lochs and lakes, while keeping an eye out for Nessie!
- Get a look at Abertarff House
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Parking Available Nearby
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Bridge Street, Inverness, The Highlands, IV1, Scotland
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Easter - September
Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 16:15
Adults from £10.00
Kids from £3.00
Great sightseeing opportunity
Written by SandieG86 . 19.01.18
Absolutely loved this. My daughter and I spent a couple of days in Inverness and on one of those days we did the open top bus tour. It was so cheap and because you can get off and back on again anytime you like for the whole day. We managed to get on at a stop very close to the hotel we were staying at which was great for get back again. We managed to get of near the nature reserve, the botanic gardens which near the leisure centre too, Inverness castle, bus station where we popped into a cafe for lunch then got back on the bus, it even went down to the jacobite boat tours. Highly recommend this perfect outing :-)