|Western Isles of Scotland
Callanish stones, historical societies heritage centres, geneology and museums...
|Ui Church - http://www.uichurch.co.uk/|
History of St Columba’s (or Ui) Church, a 14th Century ruin sitting within its own Cemetery near Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. Details of the intricately carved stone grave slabs.
|Angus Macleod Archive - http://www.angusmacleodarchive.org.uk/|
The collection includes manuscripts, books, maps and charts, oral history records, videos, recordings of traditional music, and old photographs of island life
|Archaeology Hebrides - http://www.archaeologyhebrides.com/|
Information website outlining the story of human settlement in the Outer Hebrides. Details of some of the best archaeological sites to visit.
|Barra and Vatersay Heritage Centre - http://www.barraheritage.com/|
Historical collections reflecting living in Barra throughout different times and the landscape of the Islands.
|Bill Lawson Publications - http://www.billlawson.com/|
Bill has written over 50 specialist Books & Genealogy Research Material for the Outer Hebrides
|Calanais Vistor Centre - http://www.calanaisvisitorcentre.co.uk|
Visitor Centre for the Callanish Standing Stones Circle, Isle of Lewis. Cafe, shop and Story of the Stones exhibition
|Dun Eistean Project - http://www.duneistean.org/|
Archealogical dig. Dun Eisedean is an island just offshore of Knockaird in Ness - Lewis.
|Gearanan Blackhouse Village - http://www.gearrannan.com/|
A restored blackhouse village, including a museum, a restaurant and cafe, and accommodation. (Lewis)
|Islands Book Trust - http://www.theislandsbooktrust.com/|
Publishing books, organising talks and conferences and visits to further understanding of the history of Scottish islands in their wider Celtic and Nordic context.
|Seallam Visitor Centre - http://www.seallam.com/|
Exhibitions about the wildlife, history, heritage, landscape and genealogy of the Outer Hebrides. Located at Northton in South Harris.
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