Continuum Points of interest, which acquired the Loch Ness Centre in Scotland in January, has formally reopened its doorways following a £1.5m refurbishment.
The customer attraction is positioned in Drumnadrochit close to Inverness.
The 12-week redevelopment has reinvigorated the centre, which is able to now deal with telling the globally famend story behind the legend of Loch Ness, exploring the myths – alongside the scientific analysis – that has turned “Nessie” into considered one of Scotland’s most well-known model icons.
The one-hour expertise presents company the prospect to immerse themselves seven interpretations of the legend and explores the true tales of Loch Ness.
“Now we have invested in a full improve to reinforce the customer expertise, permitting folks to discover the legend and myths of Loch Ness via immersive excursions and likewise through journeys aboard the attraction’s well-known analysis vessel, Deepscan,” says CEO, Juliana Delaney.
“Company will stroll via 500 million years of historical past to discover the myths and look at the scientific analysis surrounding the monster.
“They’ll hear actual folks’s tales, uncover artefacts, and listen to scientific debate on the existence of Nessie, a phenomenon boasting over 1,000 eyewitness accounts and recorded sightings, alongside a lot of unexplained proof.”
The reopening coincides with the ninetieth anniversary of the well-known sighting of Nessie, by Aldie Mackay, in 1933 which catapulted Scotland, Loch Ness, and its monster phenomenon onto the world stage and units the scene for the centenary in 2033.
The ‘Monster Noticed’ headline went international, launching Loch Ness centre stage into world’s media and attracting visits from all over the world.
“Loch Ness is famend the world over for its most elusive resident, Nessie, and certainly the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition has and can proceed to draw guests from all over the world every year.”, says Chris Taylor, VisitScotland’s regional management director.
“Tourism is a drive for good. It creates jobs, sustains communities and contributes considerably to the financial system. The affect of tourism spreads far past the business itself – it advantages our financial system, our group and our wellbeing.”