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Orkney’s wartime history is strongly represented in a museum collection that spans the development of wireless in Orkney from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day.
Corrigall Farm Museum is a traditional ‘but and ben’ house that portrays a typical Orkney farmhouse and steading in the late 19th century.
Welcome to North Ronaldsay Lighthouse and Visitor Centre.
See an intriguing collection of rare fossils from Orkney and around the world and learn more about the heritage of the Orkney Isles.
Opening times 2013: March 10 am -12 noon, Apr - Sep 9.30 am - 5.30 pm Oct 9.30am -12.30pm and Nov - Feb by arrangement
The Orkney Museum tells the story of Orkney from the Stone Age through the Picts and Vikings to the present day.
Get a glimpse of Orkney’s natural history and maritime past at this museum which sports a unique collection of artifacts.
The museum tells the story of the naval anchorage in the First and Second World Wars.
This small museum located in the village of Pierowall provides a fascinating insight into the natural and human history of the isle of Westray.
Kirbuster is the last un-restored example of a traditional ‘firehoose’ in Northern Europe and was occupied right up until the 1960s.