Historic Attractions in Outer Hebrides
Subcategory: Castles & Stately Homes, Heritage Centres & Ships, Historic Buildings, Lighthouses or Towns & Villages
Said to be the windiest place in the UK, it was a seriously isolated spot in 1862 when the tall, 37m (12 ft) red brick...
This lighthouse to the north of Stornoway was built in 1900. In 1956 the royal family, on holiday on the Royal Yacht...
Scalpay, Scotland, UK
This historic 1789 light on the Island of Scalpay was one of the original four lighthouses agreed by the Commissioners for...
Carloway, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9AL
This restored blackhouse village includes a museum, cafe, gift shop, and live interpretation. Enjoy the wonderful scenery.
The Flannans are seven uninhabited rocky islets, sometimes called The Seven Hunters. They are about 20 miles WNW of Gallan...
Built on the isolated east coat of South Uist in 1857, with no road anywhere near it, this is one of the remotest...
This tall, 41m (133 ft) unpainted brick, lighthouse was built in 1864 on the island of Shillay, the westernmost of five...
The highest lighthouse in Scotland, built in 1833, it sits on top of a 190m (623ft) high cliff, on the island of Berneray,...
|1||Butt of Lewis Lighthouse||Scotland, UK|
|2||Tiumpan Head Lighthouse||Scotland, UK|
|3||Eilean Glas Lighthouse||Scalpay, Scotland, UK|
|4||Gearrannan Black House Village||Carloway, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9AL|
|5||Flannan Isles Lighthouse||Scotland, UK|
|6||Ushenish Lighthouse||Scotland, UK|
|7||Monach Lighthouse||Scotland, UK|
|8||Barra Head Lighthouse||Scotland, UK|
|9||Kisimul Castle (HS)||Castlebay, Isle of Barra, HS9 5XD|
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