Eden Court Palace was built in the late 1870s as a gift for the Bishop Eden of Moray. and designed to accommodate their large family. It is built on a site next to the Ness River and adjacent to the gothic Bishop’s Palace.
After World War II the upkeep became too great for the Church and in the final years the Bishop could only afford to heat one room! The building was sold in 1947 and used as a residential pre training centre for nurses and then sold again in 1966.
In 2005 Eden Court shut for major refurbishment and construction. It has a large theatre, cinema and arts venue situated in Inverness, Scotland close to the banks of the River Ness.
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