This week The Heart of Neolithic Orkney has been celebrating its 20th birthday as a World Heritage Site.
The registration for free tickets to Historic Environment Sites opened today, Tuesday 12 November at ticketgiveaway.co.uk.
Worldwide rising sea levels, soaring temperatures and increasing extreme weather events place cultural heritage on the front line of climate change.
“There exists the potential for a single extreme event destroying part of Skara Brae”
£300,000 is to be spent at the Stones of Stenness, in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney to upgrade car parking facilities and improve the pathways network.
111,921 people visited Skara Brae in 2018 up 2%
To celebrate Scotland’s national day, St Andrew’s, Historic Environment Scotland have thousands of free tickets available across their sites in Scotland.
The Bayleaf is owned by Gavin, and is the source of many, many yummy things to eat and drink.
Seeing Skara Brae as it is now – all manicured – I thought how good it would be for folk to see these images from when it was first discovered
“We’re delighted to offer Young Scot cardholders this fantastic opportunity to explore our historic sites for only £1.”