Places to visit



Discover a world of wonderful botanicals on the west coast shores of Loch Ewe

  • Explore this lush oasis of colour and scents, cultivated with care and a hefty dose of creativity.

  • Discover the stories of the father and daughter who created the garden, in the newly opened Inverewe House.

  • Spot Scotland’s Big 5: red squirrels, red deer, otters, seals and golden eagles.

  • Encounter a world of art in the Sawyer Gallery.

  • Look out for Inverewe's huge California redwoods that tower into the sky – you can't miss them!

It's astonishing what you can grow in one of the most northerly corners of Scotland when you put your mind to it. Twisting through the soil on this patch of coast is a paradise of weird and wonderful botanicals, where the unexpected greets you at every corner.

Inverewe is an inspiring place that celebrates mankind and the natural environment. Marvel at our heritage garden comprising species from across the globe, created from a barren wilderness in the 19th century. A tale of enduring love and commitment, it is a feast for your senses.

Inverewe House is now a museum with a twist, where you are encouraged to interact with a variety of objects, play games and even take a piece of Inverewe home from our seed bank. The Sawyer Gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year that reflect the characteristics of Inverewe and the surrounding environment.

Framed by mountains and 2 lochs, Inverewe enjoys a spectacular landscape. The light and colours on our 800ha estate are forever changing; this is a setting that inspires art and creativity. Our estate is also home to a host of flora and fauna.