Hospitalfield House, set overlooking the North Sea, was the house of artist and collector Patrick Allan-Fraser and his wife Elizabeth Fraser. Today, following on from their bequest we run a contemporary programme of events and projects.
Enjoy a unique hands-on link to the past. Visitor Centre talks, displays & artefacts guide you through 6000 years of Orkney's pre-history since the last Ice Age.
Stunning coastal walk. Gift shop, hot drinks, snacks & picnic area.
The worlds oldest surviving music hall, Now with the recently restored 1920's stage! Built in 1857, the Britannia Panopticon stands as testament to Glasgow's bawdy, saucy and lewd entertainment history.
The Ness of Brodgar is the excavation of a massive Neolithic walled enclosure that contains numerous well preserved monumental stone buildings on an unparalleled scale –best known from its media coverage as Orkney’s Neolithic Cathedral’.