This is a private customisable tour biased towards art and culture.
We will go from your departure point to Newtonmore, first stop the Highland Folk Museum. Here you will experience how the people of the Highlands lived and worked between the 1700s and 1950s. This attraction gives you an insight into the past and how environment influenced our culture.
Next is the Ruthven Barracks. These ruins played a significant part in the Jacobite risings against the Union Government between 1715 and 1745. You will wander through the remains of the barracks and imagine what it must have been like to be a soldier here.
The next stop is at the Frank Bruce Sculptural Trail. You will walk for one mile along an easy path stopping at each of the eleven thought provoking sculptures. Mainly made from wood, they were designed to decay back to nature over time.
Final stop is the Old Packhorse Bridge in Carrbridge. Built in 1717, it stands as a testament to the engineering prowess of our ancestors.
* The standard vehicle for our tours is a Volvo XC90 SUV which has six passenger seats. For comfort we recommend up to four passengers however if you have a larger group, two small adults or children could use the rearmost seats.