Doors Open 2021 features some excellent online presentations including this one from Orkney Library and Archive of Harvest times. It features contributions by Mary Bichan and Jim Laughton.
The 2021 Doors Open events are this year a mixture of online and in person events. There’s lots happening in Orkney and across Scotland.
The John Rae Society will hold two Open Days on 18th and 19th September, from 10 am until 4pm each day.
Tom Muir tells us the intriguing history of Tankerness House – now known as The Orkney Museum.
Doors Open is an opportunity for the public to visit buildings that might not normally be open to them, to look behind the scenes or to just see another side of an organisation or group locally.
You can sign up now for – Sighthill Stone Circle Reborn Free Event 19:00 hrs on 15th September 2021.
2021 marks the 32nd year of Doors Open Days, a festival that sees organisations and volunteers offer free access to hundreds of sites and events across Scotland.
The organisers of Doors Open, the annual event where public and private buildings allow access, have a short survey for the public to complete.
“Because of the current restrictions that you don’t need reminding about, we have created a virtual Open House so you can explore the Hall in 3D, fly in a Drone over the Hall, as well as examine some of the original documents about the building of the Hall.”
Take a look at Digital Doors Open 2020 – from wherever you are