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Orkney Islands

The Islands of Orkney inhabited for over 8000 years and became a part of the Kingdom of Scotland in 1472

There re over 40Attractions to see when visiting Orkney including The Old man of Hoy, 

Scapa Distillery Visitor Centre, Highland Park Whisky Distillery, Orkney Museum, Ring of Brodgar, Barnhouse Settlement

Stromness Museum, Skara Brae Prehistoric Village

Orkney Brewery, Birsay Earl's Palace, Deerness Distillery, Italian Chapel, Churchhill Barriers, 

Flotta Visitor Photo site, Scapa Flow and Scapa Crafts. 

Skara Brae Prehistoric Village

Wideford Hill Cairn

Cuween Hill
Chambered Cairn

Orkney Brewery

St Magnus Cathedral

Scapa Distillery Visitor Centre

Scapa Flow

Italian Chapel

HMS Royal Oak
War Memorial and Gardens

Orkneyinga Saga Centre

Old Man of Hoy

Barony Mill

Ring of Brodgar

Stromness Museum

Orkney Museum

Tankerness House

Birsay Earl's Palace

Bishop's Palace

Earl's Palace


Old Customs House

Laing Plaque and Big Tree

Yesnaby Cliffs Stromness

Ness Battery

Deerness Distillery

Grain Earth House

Scapa Crafts

Orkney Library & Archive

Kirkwall Marina

Kirkwall Harbour Master

Barnhouse Settlement

Kirkwall Airport

Churchhill Barriers X 3

Tomb of the Eagles Visitor Centre

The Gloup Mull Head Nature Reserve

Broch of Gurness

Flotta Visitor Photo site

Highland Park Whisky Distillery

Pier Arts Centre

All the Attractions of Orkney above are pinpointed on the map below 

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