Visitor centre interpreting Stone Age and Bronze Age sites. Personalised and unique hands-on link to the past using original artefacts.
Come and discover the extraordinary story of how local farmer Ronnie Simison uncovered a Stone Age tomb and a Bronze Age site on his land. Handle neolithic artefacts in the visitor centre and learn more from our guides. Toy boxes and activities for children. Explore the remarkable sites in your own time, and take in spectacular views, wildlife and flowers along the coastal walk.
Opening Times : March 10am - 12 noon April - Oct 9.30 - 5.30 Nov- Feb - open by arrangement.
Visitor Centre talks provide a good all-weather experience. Some wet weather clothing and footwear can be provided.
Dogs on leads welcome. Tours can often be adjusted to suit schedule or mobility. Visitor Centre fully accessible. Baby changing facilities. The gift shop offers a small selection of light refreshements (Orkney ice cream, confectionery, hot and cold drinks) and a wide selection of Orkney crafts.
How to find us: Take the A961 across the Churchill Barriers, continue 7 miles past St. Margaret's Hope towards Burwick then follow the signs for Cleat and the Tomb of the Eagles.
For special arrangements, coach bookings etc:
Tel (01856 831 339) email: firstname.lastname@example.org