Discover Orkney

  • St. Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall
    St. Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall
  • St. Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall
    St. Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall
  • Skara Brae, Bay of Skaill, West Mainland
    Skara Brae, Bay of Skaill, Sandwick
  • Midhowe Broch, Rousay
    Midhowe Broch, Rousay
  • The Earl's Palace, Birsay
    The Earl's Palace, Birsay
  • The Covenanters' Memorial, Deerness
    The Covenanters' Memorial, Deerness
  • Puffins, Muckle Skerry
    Puffins, Muckle Skerry (via Pettlandssker Boat Trips)
  • The Ring of Brodgar, West Mainland
    The Ring of Brodgar, Stenness
  • The Italian Chapel, Lambholm
    The Italian Chapel, Lambholm
  • Kitchener Memorial, Marwick Head, West Mainland
    Kitchener Memorial, Marwick Head, Birsay
  • The Earl's Palace, Kirkwall
    The Earl's Palace, Kirkwall
  • Wide Firth from Cuween Hill Cairn
    Wide Firth from Cuween Hill Cairn
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You will be spoilt for choice ...

The Standing Stones of Stenness

Orkney has some of the world's most impressive stone circles as well as countless chambered and stalled tombs from pre-history.

Visit Maeshowe, Cuween Cairn, Rennibister Earth house, Unstan Cairn, Tomb of the Eagles and many more.

St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall

Kirkwall is the island's capital with a fine cathedral dedicated to St Magnus. Home to the Orkney Museum, Earl's Palace and the Highland Park distillery.

Enjoy the traditional shopping experience in Kirkwall or the narrow harbour side streets of Stromness.

Hoxa Tapestry Gallery - Moondancer

Follow the craft trail to view and purchase products from local artisans.

Watercolours, prints, jewellery, photography and tapestries; inspired by Orkney's rich heritage and sensational landscape.

Orkney Heritage Museum

Orkney boasts two heritage museums recording Orkney life and farming in previous centuries. See how our near ancestors lived and worked the land.

Visit Boardhouse Mill and purchase the traditional flour used in the local Bere Bannocks.

Skara Brae, Orkney

Skara Brae, jewel in the crown of Orkney's World Heritage site.

Visit all the Historic Scotland sites with a single Orkney Explorer Pass. Including: Skara Brae, Maeshowe, Bishop's and Earl's Palaces, Broch of Gurness and Brough of Birsay.

The Italian Chapel, Lambholm, Orkney

The world famous Italian Chapel (built by POWs in WWII) is found on Lambholm, accessible via the Churchill Barriers which link Orkney Mainland to South Ronaldsay, blocking the eastern approaches to Scapa Flow.

Old Man of Hoy

Visit the island of Hoy via ferry from Houton to Lyness.

Lyness houses the Scapa Flow Visitor Centre telling the story of the naval history of Orkney in the two World Wars. Drive to Rackwick and walk the cliffs to "The Old Man of Hoy" ... famous sea stack.

Midhowe Broch

Take a day trip to Rousay via ferry from Tingwall.

Rousay with numerous stalled and chambered cairns as well as Orkney's best kept secrets... the Broch and Cairn at Midhowe.

Orkney Flora and Fauna

Orkney is home to wonderful flora and fauna. Orkney vole. Puffin, Oystercatcher, Curlew and both Arctic & Great Skua (known locally as Bonxie).

Numerous RSPB reserves offer habitat for both indigenous and migrating birds.

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