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Called in here to see the viaduct made famous in the HP films. The Hogwarts Express goes across the viaduct. The view point is a scramble up the hill but the view well worth it. Car parking a nightmare. Very tight at the far end...More
I arrived and took my small dog in, although I never saw any notices in the car park about dogs. Luckily I'm a national trust member and didn't have to pay the £2 charge. As I walked into the centre I was immediately confronted by...More
We arrived at lunchtime iand were pleased by the free parking as NT members as well as the cafe serving good coffee. The member services desk was very helpful with directions to the viaduct and times for sighting the steam trains as well as the...More
The museum exhibit on Bonnie Prince Charlie was excellent, including history and artifacts from the initial stage of his Jacobite Uprising. This is where he landed in Scotland and began recruiting troops for the campaign.
We joined The National Trust prior to leaving home so...More
Visited here with my husband and teenage kids. The visitors centre aside this place is great. The climb up the viewing point is worth it to see the Harry Potter train chug along the beautiful viaduct and to take in great shots of Loch Shiel...More
We were touring Scotland in our motorhome and decided to call at this visitor centre. My husband has a blue badge as he is disabled so we parked in one of the only two disabled bays in the car park. I bought 2 ice creams...More
Thought it quite basic and parking an issue as not enough spaces for volume of vehicles. Also no monument tour available as guide on holiday?! Cannot believe a tourist attraction like that does not have more than one guide so that holiday cover could be...More