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Dingwall is a town in Ross-shire in the Scottish Highlands.

Dingwall, evening mist

Get in[edit]

Dingwall can be reached by road via the A9. It lies approximately 15 miles north-west of Inverness and is well sign-posted.

1 Dingwall railway station. Services coming from Inverness and going on to Wick as well as the start of the Kyle of Lochalsh Line. Dingwall railway station on Wikipedia Dingwall railway station (Q2290669) on Wikidata

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Hector MacDonald Memorial Tower, Mitchell Hill Cemetery. Monument to the 19th-century major general, known as 'Fighting Mac'. He was born a few miles from Dingwall, and fought in the Boer War, Afghan War and Sudan Campaign.
  • 2 Dingwal Museum, Town House, High Street, IV15 9RY, +44 1349 865366, e-mail: . Mid May to September 10:00-16:30. Local artefacts and exhibitions. Free.


  • 1 Tollie Red Kites (RSPB), Brahan, by Maryburgh (Off the A835 after the Maryburgh Roundabout. About 7km from Dingwall.), +44 1463 715000, e-mail: . 9AM-5PM. Visitor centre to watch for red kites, who are fed every day. A variety of other birds can also be spotted. Free.






Go next[edit]

Routes through Dingwall
Thurso/WickTain  NE UK road A9.svg S  InvernessPerth

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