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The Highlands

Glenfinnan Monument

Moving tribute to those who died fighting the Jacobite cause, framed by dramatic Highland scenery

Planning your visit

Parking is available for cars and coaches. The car park is located about 40m from the visitor centre and parking is free for members. The coach park is about 10m away.

The number of camper vans will be limited at busy times due to space restrictions in the main area of the car park.

Our café offers hot drinks along with soup, sandwiches and cakes. There’s also a catering van that sells tea and coffee.

Browse through our well-stocked gift shop.

Dogs are welcome in the grounds but please keep them on a lead. Only assistance dogs are permitted in the visitor centre.

If you plan to see the Jacobite steam train, we recommend allowing plenty of time to get parked to save disappointment – the car park is closed when full, for safety reasons.

For more information about planning your visit please see our frequently asked questions.

If you’d like to speak to us we can be contacted by email: glenfinnan@nts.org.uk or telephone 01397 722250.

Facilities

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3G/4G coverage
Accessible toilet
App or audio guide
Baby changing
Bike route
Buggy access
Café
Coach parking
Free member parking
Guided tour
Hearing loop
Highchair
Parking
Pay & Display
Picnics
Self-guided trail
Shop
Toilet
Walks
Wheelchair access

Opening times

Visitor Centre and Monument
1 Nov–30 Dec, daily, 10.00–16.00 (closed 24–26 Dec and 31 Dec–1 Jan 2019) 2 Jan 2019–28 Feb, daily, 10.00–16.00 1 Mar–31 Mar, daily, 09.30–17.00 Current period1 Apr–30 Sep, daily, 09.00–19.00 1 Oct–31 Oct, daily, 09.30–17.00 1 Nov–29 Feb 2020, daily, 10.00–16.00 (closed 24–26 Dec and 31 Dec–1 Jan 2020)

Entry prices

Visitor Centre
Adult
£4.00
Family
£10.00
One adult family
£7.00
Concession
£3.00

Members go free

At all Trust places, admission is free for members.

Join from £50

Accessibility

  • Disabled parking bays are available beside the main entrance to the visitor centre.
  • The exhibition, café, shop and toilets in the visitor centre are accessible for wheelchair users.
  • A wheelchair is available at the visitor centre.
  • There’s an audio commentary (7–8 minutes) about the 1745 Jacobite Rising in the exhibition, which has an induction loop.

We have an ongoing programme of accessible content development. Detailed accessibility guides for the most visited Trust places are available on our Accessibility pages as well as links to useful resources.

We’d love you to visit the Euan’s Guide website to review the accessibility of Trust places and tell us (and others) what’s good and where we need to do better.