Inveraray

Inveraray is in the Argyll and Bute region of Scotland.

Ships moored at Inveraray Pier

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  • Citylink buses from Glasgow to Oban and Campbeltown stop on the sea front about 3 times per day. Buses stop here for about 15 to 30 minutes to give their passengers a break.

Map of Inveraray

The town can easily be explored on foot, but a car or bike is useful for sightseeing out of the town.

Inveraray from the Pier
Inveraray Castle
  • 56.2375-5.0733331 Inveraray Castle. Open April – October. Admission £9.00. (updated Nov 2015)
  • 56.22988-5.07241 Inveraray Jail, PA32 8TX, +44 1499 302381. Apr – Oct 9:30AM – 6:00PM Nov – Mar 10:00AM – 5:00PM. Admission £9.25. (updated Nov 2015)
  • 56.1794-5.17621 Auchindrain Museum, Furnace, By Inveraray, PA32 8XN (about 6 miles South of Inveraray), +44 1499 500235. Apr – Oct daily 10:00 – 17:00, limited free winter admission – phone in advance. A recreation of a township, from about 200 years ago, in a 22 acre site. £6.50, children £4.00. (updated Oct 2015)
  • 56.1258-5.24251 Crarae Gardens, Minard, Inveraray, PA32 8YA (10 miles South of Inveraray.). (updated Oct 2015)
  • 56.3944-5.11611 Cruachan Visitor Centre, Dalmally, PA33 1AN, +44 1866 822618. Apr – Oct Daily 9:30AM – 4:45PM, Nov – Mar Mon – Fri 10.00AM – 3.45PM. Go inside a mountain to see a hydro-electric power station. £7. (updated Nov 2015)
Kilchurn Castle
  • 56.40375-5.02741 Kilchurn Castle (North-west of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park; at the north-eastern end of Loch Awe; 2.5m west of Dalmally via A85). 24Hrs; open between Apr-Sep (summer). Has a four-storey tower and was built by Sir Colin Campbell in XVth century, 1st of Glenorchy. The ruins are some of the most picturesque in Scotland with spectacular views down Loch Awe. Free. (updated Jun 2015)

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