Fort George and the Highlander Museum occupy a very large area. I visited the place where the daily life of the Highlanders was restored before I went there in the afternoon. It was quite interesting. You can rent an audio commentary, which is very rewarding.
Fort George is located at the mouth of the Moray Bay Strait across from Fort Ross about 11 miles northeast of Inverness. It is a well-preserved 18th-century artillery fortification. Fort George was built in 1748. It was originally the base camp of George II's occupation forces in the highlands. Now one of the military barracks has been converted into a museum, displaying some cultural relics. Walking along the city wall, you will have a panoramic view of the sea and the Grand Canyon.
This is a fortification in the 18th century, and it is now converted into a museum, which has a sense of history.
It is a well-preserved artillery fortification in the 18th century. There are many things in the Highlander Museum, and some cultural relics are very precious
There are some cultural relics that are very precious, and there is really a lot of knowledge in Fort George and the Highlander Museum..