Loch Ness Centre - Best Price Tickets

Loch Ness Centre - Best Price Tickets

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Discover the legend of Loch Ness on this family day out in Scotland today!

At this very spot in March 1933, Mrs. Aldie MacKay claimed to have seen something extraordinary in Loch Ness. In the body of water outside the historic building of Drumnadrochit Hotel, a mysterious "whale-like fish" was reportedly seen emerging. And so begins the legend of 'Nessie'...

From that day on, the world became fascinated with the Loch Ness Monster, and numerous other sightings have since been reported over the decades. Now it's your turn to have a go at uncovering the mystery of the loch at the Loch Ness Centre in Inverness-shire.

Visit the Loch Ness Centre today for one of the very best things to do on your visit to Scotland

On your journey, you'll discover the birthplace of the infamous Loch Ness Monster phenomenon before piecing together the evidence and stories in an immersive journey through 500 million years of history, where ancient Scottish myths, legendary tales, and scientific exploration intertwine.

Unravel the secrets of the loch, immerse yourself in its mysteries, and become an integral part of this captivating narrative during a truly unique experience on this day out in Scotland.

So is Nessie really dwelling out there? Or is it all just a folk story? Get your tickets for the Loch Ness Centre in Scotland today for the best online prices and uncover the mystery behind one of the world's most famous cryptids. 

Loch Ness Centre - Flexi Admission - Best Price Tickets

Discover the world-famous legend of Nessie in the Loch Ness Centre in Scotland today with these Flexi Admission tickets

Available to 9 February 2025
Loch Ness

How to find us

By car:

From Inverness:

Follow signs for Fort William and/or the A82 heading south. You will pass alongside the loch itself for about 14 miles before reaching Drumnadrochit. The Loch Ness Centre is visible upon entry to the village on the right-hand side.

From Fort William:

Follow signs for Inverness and/or the A82. The distance is around 50 miles and will take between 60-90 minutes on average. Upon entry to the village, continue through Drumnadrochit, past the village green and over the small bridge, following the bend in the road to the right. The Loch Ness Centre is on the left, just past the bank.

From Inverness Airport:

Follow signs for the A95 to Inverness. From Inverness, follow signs for Fort William and/or the A82 heading south. You will pass alongside the loch itself for about 14 miles before reaching Drumnadrochit. The Loch Ness Centre is visible upon entry to the village on the right-hand side.

By bus:

If you’re staying in Inverness and would like to visit The Loch Ness Centre, Stagecoach’s Line 17 bus goes from Inverness to Drumnadrochit daily. 

  • Gift shop
  • Food and drink outlets
  • Toilets
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Free parking (for 150 minutes)
  • Whisky shop

People also ask:

Is the Loch Ness Centre tour family-friendly?

  • Yes, The Loch Ness Centre is a fun and immersive journey that people of all ages can learn from. With the new children’s activity pack, they can become a ‘Nessie Hunter’ themselves while exploring the centre.

What will I see during the Loch Ness Centre tour?

  • At The Loch Ness Centre, you’ll be invited to explore the origins of ancient local and Scottish myths, as well as the real stories and scientific research behind Scotland’s most famous legend of all, the Loch Ness Monster.

How long does the Loch Ness Centre tour last?

  • The Loch Ness Centre tour lasts between 45 minutes and an hour.

Can children go for free on the Loch Ness Centre tour?

  • Children under the age of five will not need a paid ticket to go on the tour. 

Am I allowed to take pictures on the Loch Ness Centre tour? 

  • Yes, photos are encouraged but please do not take video footage while on your tour of the centre. 

Is the Loch Ness Centre tour accessible to visitors in wheelchairs?

  • Yes, the tour is fully accessible for wheelchair users.

Can I bring my dog to the Loch Ness Centre tour?

  • Only assistance dogs are allowed inside the premises. However, dogs are welcome outside the Loch Ness Centre with a responsible owner.

Can I pay with cash at the Loch Ness Centre?

  • No, the site is fully cashless, so any cash transactions will not be accepted.

Is the Loch Ness Centre tour only available in English?

  • The tour is available in various languages with free audio guides. The languages available are French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Mandarin, Norwegian and Japanese.

Is the Loch Ness Monster real?

  • Maybe! Head on the Loch Ness Centre's immersive tour to see if you can piece together the evidence and find out yourself! 

Will I see the Loch Ness Monster?

  • Unfortunately, the Loch Ness Monster will not be appearing on the tour itself, but you will get to see the Loch Ness itself from outside the centre. Who knows what you might find from the loch after your visit to the Loch Ness Centre?

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