Walk & Talk - Inverness
When & Where
There has been human settlement at the northern end of the Great Glen for at least the last 5000 years. For most of that long history, we have to depend on the slivers and stratifications divined by archaeologists. For the last 1000 years we have at least the possibility of architectural remains; for the last 500 years we have records and memories of buildings; for the last 100 years we have a richness of reminiscence, memory and photographic record unsurpassed in any other Scottish burgh.
Norman S Newton
12.15 - 12.30: Meet in Inverness Museum & Art Gallery for registration and to browse the museum and book displays.
13.00 - 14.00: "Buildings of Inverness Past and Present" talk by Maureen Kenyon and Norman Newton.
14.00 - 14.30: Tea, coffee & biscuits.
14.30 - 16.00: Walking tour – around the oldest parts of the centre of Inverness.
The timing of the programme has been arranged to with with public transport from central Scotland
Please note that lunch is not provided, but Cobbs Tea House (within the Museum) will be open for snacks and drinks.
Advance booking is essential.
Places are strictly limited and allocated on a first come basis.
Please wear sensible shoes and be prepared to walk for one and a half hours. The walk can involve steps and uneven surfaces.
You can pay online here now or download the booking form and send it to us with a cheque.
|Inverness Walk - Member Ticket
|Inverness Walk - Non-member Ticket
£10 members / £15 non-members.