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Nessie, the creature supposedly inhabiting Scotland's mysterious Loch Ness, is undoubtedly one of the most well-known monsters in the world. Sightings started popping up in the late 19th century and ever since, Nessie has held the world's attention...more
After reading the review's wasn't sure weather to bother going but so glad we did. My 6year old daughter loved it! It is a bit tacky but that's all part of the fun and the staff were lovely! Good day out and left very happy!
We expected it to be a bit tacky but not a complete and utter waste of £15! The room was filled with junk and stank which the lady at the desk said was due to the plastic. The train set is hanging precariously above the...More
We were passing and decided to visit. We paid and were directed to double doors where we found another room, but where to start was confusing, we had no idea where to begin. There are worn cardboard arrows showing a vague direction. There are many...More
I cannot fathom what would compel someone to give this fine institution and place of learning a bad review. What you see is exactly what you get, and that's exactly why my friends and I had to go inside.
One glance into the fever dream...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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LochNessLodge, Nessieland Supervisor at Nessieland, responded to this reviewResponded 21 October 2018
Thank-you for this wonderful piece of prose Charlie, it really made us smile :) We're glad you had a wonderful visit to Nessieland ;)
Decided to call into this place as it was raining and thought I would have a walk around. Inside where two tourists looking and trying on a coat, so I thought I would browse. It was 3.45pm on a Saturday afternoon, I fancied a cuppa,...More
We had the pleasure of visiting Nessieland on Saturday 8th September whilst staying at Lochness Glamping 5 mins up the road.
The woman behind the counter gave us a special ‘family’ deal for £15 for 4 adults and two 3 year old girls. She advised...More
Horribly run down and sorry looking exhibition. Simply a few corridors (sorry caves) with many many many plaques/info cards scattered on the walls with information and a real funky smell to boot. Also randomly there are soft toys etc scattered around the floor (It’s a...More
Stopped into Nessieland shop while waiting for a cruise.
Friendly staff and a well stocked shop with high end souvenirs.
TIP : This is not the shops associated with the Loch Ness Centre - which many of the other reviews are referring to.