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Bringing legends and stories to life

Bringing legends and stories to life

8th Feb 2023

Exciting news for Nessie enthusiasts and tourists alike: the Loch Ness Centre is undergoing a major refurbishment and will soon unveil its newly revamped premises. One of the key highlights of the new centre is the People & Stories room, which will feature the fascinating history of how the monster became a global phenomenon.

From the first official sightings in 1933 to the present day, stories of Nessie have captured people’s imaginations worldwide. The Loch Ness Centre will bring these tales to life through a unique blend of history and storytelling, allowing visitors to truly immerse themselves in the mystery and intrigue of the Loch Ness monster.

To bring these stories to life, the Loch Ness Centre team recently spent two days filming at the Edinburgh Film Studio, where they recreated some of the most compelling stories and sightings of Nessie. The team is thrilled to be able to showcase these stories to visitors and is confident that the new centre will be a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the legend of the Loch Ness monster.

Bringing legends and stories to life

Storytelling at the heart.

Bringing legends and stories to life
Bringing legends and stories to life

Storytelling is at the heart of the new Loch Ness Centre, and the team is committed to ensuring that visitors have a truly immersive and engaging experience. Visitors can expect to be transported back in time to the early days of the Nessie legend, and to learn about the many strange and fascinating tales that have been told about the monster over the years.

If you’re a Nessie enthusiast or simply looking for a unique and memorable experience, be sure to book your tour of the Loch Ness Centre and see the fascinating stories that the team has brought to life through their filming session at Edinburgh Film Studio. With so much to see and discover, the new Loch Ness Centre promises to be a highlight of any trip to the Scottish Highlands.

Bringing legends and stories to life
Bringing legends and stories to life

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