A Day Full of Fun
We’re very excited to welcome everyone back for the 2024 City of Inverness Highland Games. With a number of competitions, attractions and a great variety of trade stalls, we’re expecting a brilliant day!
Whether you come to compete, spectate or enjoy the delicious food on offer we’re sure that you’ll have agreat day out and enjoy the range of activities on offer for all ages.
Open Highland Dancing
Tossing the Caber
We will also be hosting a separate Market area focusing on crafters from our local area.
This year we will be joined by three Pipe Bands in celebrating our traditional games.
To add to a fun packed day out we can’t wait to see the rides/attractions that will be joining us at this year’s Highland Games.
‘A Taste of the Highlands’
Showcasing over 20 local food and drink producers this is an excellent opportunity to see some of the best of our Highland offerings.
Your visit to the Games and to the Highlands would not be complete if you didn’t take part in a Highland Ceilidh.
Find out more here.
From arts and crafts to sausages and burgers, we’d love to have a stall for everything! If you’re interested in attending, we’d love to hear from you.
There will be a large variety of trade stalls including children’s activities, local craft companies, street food options and much more in attendance at the 2024 Highland Games.
With a range of activities and delicious dishes on offer you certainly wouldn’t want to miss out.
We are delighted that one of The Highland Council in-house buses will be providing a shuttle service for Inverness Highland Games from 10am to 6pm (all day) from Ardross Street to Bught Park. The service will be provided by one bus.
At the Highland Games Ceilidh Event we will be installing a taxi drop off/collection point within the car park area at Bught Park.
This will make it easier for our Evening Guests to arrange a safe drop off/collection point with their designated taxi provider.
Please see the contact details below for Inverness Taxi Companies so you can arrange your transport should it be required.