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.
Located near to the iconic Italian Chapel this little gift shop is the ideal stop off place if you want to buy truly Orcadian gifts.
A short walk around Kirbuster Farm Museum during the Covid-19 restrictions
Beach fun in the centre of Kirkwall
The JRS will hold two Open Days, on 1st and 2nd August, from 10 am until 4.30pm each day.
The exhibition is open every day except Sunday from 11 am to 4pm – from Saturday 17th of July to Wednesday 4th of August.
“We want to entice everyone to put a visit to a museum and gallery on their ‘must-do summer 2021’ list and rediscover the magic held inside and around Scotland’s museums and galleries.” Lucy Casot
The Bishop’s and Earl’s Palaces in Kirwall have reopened to visitors for guided tours.
Those under 16 years of age will get free access to ticketed sites managed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) this summer.
A visit to Papa Westray is always a delight even more so when you can book onto one of the RSPB guided walks.