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  1. less than 2 miles
  2. Vat of Kirbister

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    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Stronsay

    The Vat of Kirbister was formed when the roof of a large sea cave collapsed.

  3. less than 10 miles
  4. Stone of Setter

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Eday

    The Setter Stone, erected thousands of years ago, is one of the tallest megaliths in Orkney.

  5. less than 20 miles
  6. The Orkney Museum

    Type

    Museums

    Gradings

    • 3 Museum
    3 Museum

    Kirkwall

    The Orkney Museum tells the story of Orkney from the Stone Age through the Picts and Vikings to the present day.

  7. Trumland Nature Reserve

    Type

    Nature Centres & Reserves

    Gradings

    Rousay

    Welcome to Trumland Nature Reserve.

  8. Gradings

    • 5 Visitor Attraction
    5 Visitor Attraction

    Kirkwall

    Founded in 1798 by notorious smuggler Magnus Eunson.

  9. Gloup & Mull Head Reserve

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    Deerness

    Welcome to the Gloup and Mull Head reserve in Deerness, Orkney.

  10. Hobbister (Mainland) Nature Reserve

    Type

    Nature Centres & Reserves

    Gradings

    Orphir

    Welcome to Hobbister (Mainland) Nature Reserve.

  11. Hagi Hus Gallery

    Type

    Galleries

    Gradings

    Toab

    The Hagi Hús Gallery is small gallery showing the work of owner and artist Celia Clark. Celia is a digital artist who has been making work since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 1999.

  12. Gradings

    Kirkwall

    A midsummer Festival of Music, Drama, Poetry, Dance and the Visual Arts.

  13. Churchill Barriers

    Type

    Historic Sites

    Gradings

    South Ronaldsay

    These four causeways were built after the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak while it lay at harbour in Scapa Flow in October 1939.

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