At the Meadows (behind the Castle Hotel). The story of Dornoch, from pre-history to the present day. Entry £3 adults, £2.50 concessions, children free. Entry to Gift shop free. **St Andrews Fair Kids Activities £1 Saturday 6th December**
At Dornoch Lochans there is open air recreation for everyone, novice and expert, young and old, in attractive surroundings with breathtaking views over the Dornoch Firth. You can fish, play golf, croquet or boule, or simply relax and enjoy. Open 10am-10pm/dusk, 2pm-6pm on Sundays.All equipment available for hire. 1 mile west of Dornoch.
Our friendly staff are available to help you enjoy your holiday in Dornoch. Visit or contact us to find accommodation or for detailed information on any aspect of your holiday plans.
The Championship Course, rated 2nd in the world, is a links of rare subtlety. There is also a second 18 hole course - the Struie - fun for all the family. It is advisable to book the Championship Course. Handicap certificates are required for Championship course, but not for the Struie. Restaurant (members and ticket holders only) 01862 810219.
Sat 25th July 2015. Annual Agricultural Show on the Lower links. Livestock, equestrian events, handicrafts, flower shows, fairground and trade stands, meals available in catering marquee. Main ring entertainment includes: Sheep, Dog and Duck Shows, Sheep Shearing, Terrier Racing, Tug 'o' War, Pipe Band. Secretary: Marie Hay 01862 810619
The Cathedral dates back to 1224. Visitors are welcome to look round - a guide book is available for purchase inside. The regular Sunday service is at 11am, and holiday makers are made most welcome.
All within easy reach of Dornoch, Camore Wood has walks, orienteering, a fitness trail and archaeology, Skelbo Wood's walk and sculpture trail runs through open woodland, while Harriet and Tinkers Woods are suitable for walking, horse riding or cycling. Free leaflets are available in the Tourist Information Centre.
Come and join us on Friday 1st August 2014 at the Meadows Park, Dornoch, 10.30 am - 5 pm. Traditional Highland Games plus Children's events and amusements. Refreshments and car parking on the field. The Dornoch Highland Gathering began in 1887 and with the exception of the war years, it has been a focal point of the summer every year since. A day when old friends meet and new acquaintances are made.
Street parades in Dornoch Square, Saturday evenings 8-9pm from the end of May untill mid-September. The band is also available for engagements.
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