The excavation is open to the public on weekdays, from 9.30am-4.30pm till August 17 2022. And there is free parking on the site too.
Ness of Brodgar Excavation Site to Close After 2024 Season
Trench P at the Ness of Brodgar excavation site showing the huge Neolithic structures raised between 3100BC and 2900BC. Image credit: Hugo Anderson-Whymark
The Ness of Brodgar – This Year’s Dig!!!
” there’s Ness art and objects and jewellery in the on-line shop as potential Christmas pressies?”
Someone Who Could Explain The Ness Of Brodgar!
“I was playing that game where you choose 6 people you would like to have round a table to talk – usually it’s meant to be a dinner party – but I’m not a dinner party sorta person!”
The Young Potter – Outstanding Evidence from Orkney’s Ness of Brodgar Site
The latest prehistoric fingerprints found on fragments of pottery from the Ness of Brodgar belonged to a 13-year-old boy.
Neolithic Fingerprints At The Ness Of Brodgar!!!!
Analysis suggests two young men left fingerprints on Ness of Brodgar pottery fragment
The Ness of Brodgar: Possibilities
“I’ve been thinking about the Ness of Brodgar – again – and the wider possibilities of the whole area”
New Exhibition: The Ness & Its People
Open from 11th of July is a new exhibition at the Maeshowe Visitor Centre revealing the finds and the story from the Ness of Brodgar excavation nearby in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney
The Ness Needs Your Help!
Our annual clear-up is scheduled for tomorrow – Sunday, June 26, and generally involves giving everything a good tidy up before the diggers return on July 4.
The Ness At The British Museum.
“I am mildly obsessed with the Ness of Brodgar”