Attractions and Places to Visit in Outer Hebrides

Situated on Europe’s Atlantic edge, the Scottish Western Isles of the Outer Hebrides are a diverse chain of inter-connected islands with their own unique way of life. From the northernmost headlands of the Isle of Lewis to the southern tip of Vatersay, the Outer Hebrides islands on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean offer an exciting assortment of entertainments and attractions.

Calanais Standing Stones in Outer Hebrides

Calanais Standing Stones

he Calanais Standing Stones are an extraordinary cross-shaped setting of stones erected 5,000 years ago. They predate England’s famous Stonehenge monument, and were an important place for...
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Kildonan Museum in Outer Hebrides

Kildonan Museum

Kildonan Museum holds over 10,000 items related to the social, domestic and cultural history of South Uist. During the 1950’s and 1960’s the late Father John Morrison, parish priest of...
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Lews Castle in Outer Hebrides

Lews Castle

Perched on an ancient incline, with unbeatable views over the inky blue waters of Stornoway (keep your eyes peeled for the seals bobbing amongst the gentle waves!), this inspiring...
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