five star visitor attraction
Pre Book Tickets

Your Ticket

Group Bookings: Parties of 10 people or more should contact debbie@lochness.com for details of the best times to visit the Centre along with out reduced rates for group bookings.

Please select the quantities you require below. After making your selections please press "Buy Now" at the foot of this page to be taken to payment.

Tickets are non refundable but are valid from one year from date of purchase.

Adult (Exhibition Entry)

£8.45

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Child 6-15 (Exhibition Entry)

£4.95

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Family (2 adults and up to 2 children, Exhibition Entry)

£23.95

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Concession (Exhibition Entry)

£7.25

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Pre Book Tickets

Your Ticket

Group Bookings: Parties of 10 people or more should contact debbie@lochness.com for details of the best times to visit the Centre along with out reduced rates for group bookings.

Please select the quantities you require below. After making your selections please press "Buy Now" at the foot of this page to be taken to payment.

Tickets are non refundable but are valid from one year from date of purchase.

Adult (Exhibition Entry)

£8.45

Number of Tickets to purchase:

Child 6-15 (Exhibition Entry)

£4.95

Number of Tickets to purchase:

Family (2 adults and up to 2 children, Exhibition Entry)

£23.95

Number of Tickets to purchase:

Concession (Exhibition Entry)

£7.25

Number of Tickets to purchase:
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The Exhibition

Visit Scotland graded 5 Star Visitor Attraction

The exhibition was opened by explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes. It takes visitors through seven themed areas exploring Loch Ness from it's beginings to the third millenium.

Enter the Exhibition


Rick Steves, Review

Rick Steves is an American travel writer. His travel philosophy encourages people to explore less-touristed areas of destinations and to become immersed in the local people’s way of life. Rick recently visited the exhibition and spoke to our designer and leader of the Loch Ness Project, Adrian Shine