Calanais Visitor Centre
Isle of Lewis HS2 9DY
A cross-shaped setting of standing stones, unique in Scotland and outstanding in Great Britain. Dates to around 2,900-2,600BC.
Ness, Isle of Lewis PA86 OSN
Muileann Dhail (Dell Mill), mid-19th century part of an enclosed quadrangle beside the River Dell, one of the island's few substantial farm complexes that were usually operated by mainland farmers. The intact mill in the eastern range extends north, incorporating a large, all-iron internal water wheel.
Mingulay, Berneray & Pabbay
Mingulay, Berneray And Pabbay
Wandering among the abandoned settlements on this remote group islands is an evocative reminder of those who once lived here. The last of the inhabitants left in 1912, leaving behind a precarious existence based on crofting, fishing and fowling.
Museum of the Isles
Clan Donald Skye, Armadale
Ardvasar, Isle of Skye IV45 8RS
This award winning accredited museum was opened in 2002 to house our growing collection of artefacts and paintings. Six interconnecting galleries take you through 1500 years of the history and culture of the area once known as the Kingdom of the Isles. A seventh gallery is the venue for special exhibitions that change each year.
Ness Heritage Centre
Ness, Isle of Lewis HS2 0TG
An impressive archive of documents, genealogical records, photographs, video and audio recordings and artefacts; contributed over the years by a willing and generous community that cherishes its own history and heritage. This collection comprises some 500 artefacts illustrating the social, economic, cultural and religious life of Ness. Its strengths lie mainly in the fields of domestic life, social life, fishing and the sea. The material dates from the 19th and 20th centuries.