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Visit Glenfinnan Monument and Visitor Centre car-free

From Glenfinnan railway station, the monument and visitor centre is about ¾ mile down the road. You can also follow the adventurous viaduct walk (maps from the station museum).

Alternatively, Bus 500 from Fort William stops opposite the Visitor Centre.

There are trains to Glenfinnan along the spectacular West Highland Line from Fort William (½ hour), Mallaig (45 mins) and Glasgow Queen Street (4½ hours).

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

About Glenfinnan Monument and Visitor Centre

This poignant 18-metre monument on the shore of Loch Shiel is topped by the statue of a Highlander and has incredible views, accessed via a small spiral staircase. Bonnie Prince Charlie rallied an army here in 1745 - learn more in the visitor centre exhibition about the Jacobite rising.

For more car-free adventures in the area, see our guide to Fort William.

For any queries about visiting contact Glenfinnan Monument and Visitor Centre on 01397 722250 or glenfinnan@nts.org.uk

Address: Visitor Centre, Glenfinnan, Highland PH37 4LT. Visit Website