Proposals have been put forward on the development of Orkney’s World Heritage Site – known as The Heart of Neolithic Orkney which comprises the Maeshowe tomb, The Standing Stones of Stenness, The Ring of Brodgar and the village settlement of Skara Brae.
A wonderful new exhibition has now opened at the newly refurbished visitor centre in the grounds of Arbroath Abbey
Excavated Viking burial grave sites in Papa Westray are set to reveal important new information about 10th Century life in Orkney.
“Carrying on along the path by Harray Loch, and admiring the banks of Stocks in bloom….”
Those under 16 years of age will get free access to ticketed sites managed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) this summer.
“What else is still to be found?”
Historic Environment Scotland is set to re-open more of the sites it manages as we continue to ease out of restrictions.
Historic Environment Scotland, HES, has announced its phasing in of re-opening for its ticketed sites in Scotland.
At long last improvements have taken place and completed by Andrew Sinclair Ltd. They have really made an excellent job.
The Ring of Brodgar in Orkney looks impressive at any time but even more so when it is covered in a layer of snow.