The ground floor exhibition includes Scottish geology and natural history as well as the rich archaeological heritage of the Highlands. The displays continue on the first floor with the more recent history of the Highlands - Jacobite memorabilia, Inverness silverware, authentic Highland weapons and bagpipes. The first floor exhibition area also features a changing programme of temporary exhibitions.
Situated across the River Ness from Rocpool Reserve, Eden Court has undergone a terrific transformation to become the largest arts centre north of the border. Designed by the award-winning, Glasgow-based architects Page/Park, the new Eden Court incorporates the two existing buildings, both of which are listed, with a striking modern extension. Inside, the venue is contemporary and light, with high quality fixtures and fittings, many commissioned specifically for the new building. Not only does Eden Court have theatre shows and cinemas, but it also has a range of activities for all the family to enjoy, including: