History of War

MUSEUMS & EVENTS

REMEMBERING SCOTLAND’S

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The Highlanders’ Museum near Inverness is the largest regimental museum in the Highlands and the second largest in Scotland. It is located within Fort George, which was built between 1748-57 in the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellions. This formidable fortress remains in continuous use as a British Army barracks but is also open to visitors. Spanning over 250 years of history, the Highlanders’ Museum covers much of the social and economic history that has shaped Highland culture up to the present day.It also holds one of the largest military collections that holds

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