This museum has to be on everybody's itinerary, and is best visited at the beginning of your stay. By seeing the displays the visitor will get an idea of the geology of the region, and this will help with interpretation of the landscape. For instance, we found evidence of fossil beaches and stromatolites on our travels (at Yesnaby), and this was beautifully showcased at this museum. There is also lots to see about wartime Orkney, and of course on the Neolithic period. A real gem of a small museum and heritage centre.
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