|Welcome to Culloden Battlefield.|
After the Scots retreated, Charles went into hiding, finally escaping to France. The Scots were systematically slaughtered by the English as traitors who deserved no quarter. For many years the wearing of tartan was banned, clans were banned and being Catholic was banned. It was not a good time to be Scottish, unless you had sided with the Crown.
|Stones mark where different groups were buried; this is for the English.|
|A small hamlet was on the sight of the battle, this house is all that remains.|
|The hilt of a sword found on the battlefield.|
|A knife with sheath known as the "white knife of Dal Mhoraisd" The Stewarts of Dal Mhoraisd in Glen Tilt followed Lord George Murray in 1745. This knife was reputedly taken by one of these Stewarts from the breast of a horse on the field at Culloden.|