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Take part in a Viking feast on the fabulous sandy beach of Scapa just 2 miles south of Kirkwall. Food, storytelling, crafts, games, fun.

Join Orkney Time Travel for a Viking Feast on the Beach at the fabulous sandy beach of Scapa just outside of Kirkwall. Living history guided tour with historical food, storytelling and activities around the campfire.

There will be a warm basic meal. Together, we cook over open fire and eat the Viking way. And drink from a drinking horn, naturally. You will also get the opportunity to bake your own Viking bread and make your own butter to go with it.

When arriving at Scapa you will be met by a Viking expert and storyteller, and an outdoor cook and craftsman, both in costume, who together give insight into everyday life in Viking Orkney. Around the campfire you will enjoy storytelling, play a Viking game, and learn Viking craft skills.

Practical information

We meet at the car park by the beach toilets at Scapa.

Booking is essential to allow us to bring the right amount of food. Please book at least 24 hours in advance. The earlier you book, the easier you make it for us – thank you!

Health and safety information

We follow food hygiene standards and regulations and are food hygiene certified.

The meal consists of a soup or stew containing meat or chicken and vegetables, with bread and butter. The recipe used may vary on different dates. You can request a vegetarian/vegan and/or gluten free option.

We are accredited by the Scottish Tourist Guides Association and covered by their insurance.

Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult, who is responsible for them at all times, as there will be open fire and water nearby.

Strictly no dogs allowed.

The Viking Feast on the Beach goes ahead in all weather except if the Met Office has issued a weather warning. We are, after all, Vikings. It is important for your own comfort to come dressed for the weather on the day, including warm and waterproof clothing.

Future dates:

Friday 19th August, 7-9 pm

Friday 9th September, 7-9 pm

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