The Battlefield of Culloden is a museum built to commemorate the Battle of Culloden. It occupies a very large area and several landmark buildings are still there. The museum retains some ancient weapons and objects. The most worth mentioning is that there is an exhibition hall with white walls on all sides. After the visitors enter, the Culloden War Epidemic will be screened!
I was crying, and the troops from both sides rushed from all sides, watching the people of Scotland (of all tribes) holding swords against the guns of the English army! Hit the rocks with pebbles, the battle was broken, the roar of killing the enemy, the rumble of guns , Struck towards the center (where I stood), immersed in the environment, super scary, although Scotland suffered heavy casualties, but won!
So later Scotland existed.
The old battlefield of Culloden, what I like very much is the first part of their exhibition, which explained the background of the entire war, the scenes when the war occurred, and the people who died. If you talk about taking pictures, the scenery is actually pretty ordinary. But it feels that the war should have left a deep stroke in the history of Scotland.
One of the stops in the legendary tour of the ancient battlefield, the Battle of Culloden was the most tragic battle in the history of Scotland and England. Now it is a large grassland, not far from the exhibition hall is a primitive hut, very historical.
The Culloden Battlefield, Culloden Battlefield, was the last land battle on the British mainland more than 200 years ago. It was the most tragic and most humiliating battle in Scottish history. This battlefield is now being declared a World Heritage Site.
Culloden Battlefield is an ancient battlefield near Inverness, and it is now a scenic and vast park. More than 200 years ago, the English and the Scots fought a tragic war here, which is unforgettable for the Scots.
Preston_Dominguez: Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, Culloden Moor IV2 5EU, Scotland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Culloden Battlefield,Clava Cairns