Inverness town council built the city's grand Victorian Market in 1891 and you'll find it's still in use today. If you visit the Victorian Market you'll be able to explore a charming series of more than 40 small independent traders and cafes in their individual stalls with matching arched facades. The whole arcade is housed under a splendid cast iron and glass period roof. Of course, it also makes a perfect place to shop if the weather is unfriendly outside. Look out too for the sandstone arch leading into Church Street - it has been worn away by generations of fishmongers sharpening their knives on the stone.
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