Inveraray is located on the shores of Lock Fyne and can be somewhat overrun during the summer but is a very peaceful spot during off seasons. It is an example of a planned town, built by the Duke of Argyll in the 18th century. Half a mile north of town is the Inveraray Castle, which has been the seat of the Chiefs of Clan Campbell, the dukes of Argyll, since the 15th century. Inside the castle is the armory hall featuring walls patterned with more than 1,000 types of weaponry. The Inveraray Jail is a Georgian style structure and award winning tourist attraction. You can sit in on a trial, try out a jail cell, and lean about the torture delivered to inmates during the 16th and 17th centuries.