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Visit Ship Space for a truly unique Highland experience: step inside a 1:10 scale model of the Titanic. The seafaring museum also boasts a replica of the Nautile submarine used to explore the wreckage of the famous ship, as well as an ex-RNLI lifeboat and a full-scale replica of the Star of Hope, the first herring drifter from Buckie. This is one for history buffs and maritime fanatics alike. www.shipspace.co.uk

Following shows by The Beach Boys and Olly Murs, rock icon Bryan Adams is heading to Inverness' Bught Park for his only Scottish date of 2017 (and his first even trip to the highlands). Hear hits like Summer of 69 alongside his newer material, as Bryan tours in support of his latest album Get Up, which has received acclaim from critics and fans alike. http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/bryan-adams-get-up-tour-inverness-16-07-2017/event/36005187D69FA2EC

Do you have a creative streak? The XpoNorth is the festival for you: a celebration of Scotland's up-and-coming cultural stars. From music and film to textiles and design, XpoNort represents the country's finest creative work and showcases it to an ever-expanding audience. www.xponorth.co.uk

Runners from all over the country will take to the streets of Inverness on 12 March for the Inverness Half Marathon & 5K Fun Run. Beginning by the riverside at Bught Park, the half marathon route follows the River Ness before following roads around the south of the city centre. It returns to the river and a spectacular finish on the track at Queen's Park Stadium. www.invernesshalfmarathon.co.uk

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