Orkney is bursting with stories to tell and ancient history to discover with many archaeology sites, dating thousands of years back.
- The Ness of Brodgar dig was recently featured in National Geographic magazine and is a fascinating place to visit in the summer months.
- Maes Howe can be very busy and so booking ahead is recommended
- Standing Stone of Stenness and the Ring of Brodgar
- Tomb of the Eagles
- The Italian Chapel was built by the Italian prisoners of War during WWII, while they also build the Churchill Barriers, to stop enemy boats from getting into Scapa Flow.
- Broch of Gurness
- Brough of Birsay ; only accessible when the tide is low
- Orphir Round Kirk and Orkneyinga Saga Viking centre