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Apparently there have been sightings of the ghost of King Duncan walking along the banks of the River Ness in full regalia.On the opposite bank of the river is Saint Andrew's Cathedral (minus its spires as the funds ran out before they could be completed). The teashop in the old schoolhouse is open Monday to Saturday 10.30am to 3.30pm in the summer months.This includes the Family History Centre and Genealogy Service (previously hosted at Inverness Library).The new building is situated on Bught Road by the river between the Botanic Gardens and Whin Park, past the Ness Islands. If you are thinking of moving to Inverness or the Highland Region - visit the living/working in Scotland web page which provides links for finding jobs, houses, etc.You can climb to the top of the tower (95 steps) to see panoramic views of the river and city.From April to October the tower is open from 11am to 6pm daily (extended to 10am to 7pm in June, July and August). November 2017 - March 2018 open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 11.30am to 4pm.
If you stay in the city you can do lots of things like Day Trips, Coach Tours & Boat Cruises and there are also Guided Walking Tours and Bike Trips.Wi Fi is available at most hotels, pubs and eateries including Mc Donalds (High Street), Wetherspoons (Church Street), Costa (Inglis Street). Ness Wi Fi launched in 2017 and aims to offer free Wi Fi in the town centre around the Victorian Market Place, Eastgate shopping centre, railway station and bus station, Spectrum Centre, Inverness Castle, Museum and Eden Court.There are plenty of opportunities for sports and outdoor activities in Inverness and the Highlands (see separate lists for specific regions such as the Cairngorm mountains).Eden Court Theatre, situated near the cathedral, is the venue for shows, music and cinema.Originally built in the 1970s, the building incorporates part of the old Bishop's Palace and is said to be haunted by the 'Green Lady' ghost of a wife of one of the bishop's who hanged herself there.
With its suspension bridges across the River Ness and old stone buildings, it is a pretty place which is well-known for its floral displays (frequently a winner of awards in the Bloom of Britain competitions).