The iconic site of the battle where the Jacobite forces of Prince Charles Edward were totally defeated by the army of the Duke of Cumberland on 16 April 1746. 1,500 Jacobites were killed and were buried on the battlefield which has been restored to its original appearance. Battlefield trails. The story of the battle and its aftermath is told in the adjacent visitor centre which displays many items from both sides of the conflict.
At all times to the battlefield. Visitor Centre opening hours and admission charge.
Phone: 01463 796090