Step back in time and immerse yourself in history at Fort George's annual "Celebration of the Centuries" event. Scheduled to take place on Saturday, August 12, and Sunday, August 13, this awe-inspiring spectacle promises a weekend full of entertainment, learning, and discovery. A family-friendly affair, the event is an engaging way to explore Scotland's rich heritage.
A Journey Through Time:
The "Celebration of the Centuries" brings history to life through re-enactments, music, dance, and exhibitions. Whether you're a history enthusiast or simply seeking a fun-filled weekend, this event offers something for everyone.
- Historical Re-enactments: Experience the drama and excitement of various periods of Scottish history, recreated by skilled actors.
- Traditional Crafts and Demonstrations: Learn about ancient crafts and witness artisans showcasing their skills.
- Music and Dance: Enjoy live performances of traditional Scottish music and dance.
- Children's Activities: A variety of games, workshops, and activities designed to entertain and educate young visitors.
Saturday, August 12: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, August 13: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Gates open 30 minutes prior to the event start time.
Concessions (Seniors/Students): £10
Children (5-15 years): £6
Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Children): £30
Note: Tickets can be purchased both online and at the gate. Advanced booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Fort George is situated near the village of Ardersier, 11 miles northeast of Inverness. Parking will be available on-site, and additional public transportation options can be found on the official event website.
Website and Further Information:
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The "Celebration of the Centuries" at Fort George is not just an event but an unforgettable experience that encapsulates the essence of Scottish culture and history. It's an ideal outing for families, history buffs, and anyone interested in experiencing Scotland's rich heritage in a vibrant and engaging setting. Join the celebration and step into the story of Scotland's past!