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This place is so cool. The exhibits are well laid out and cover hundreds of years in Orkney's history, from the earliest times through to the 18th century and the Second World War. If you have a day to visit Stromness, stop off here!
As others have said-both this museum and the Orkney Museum in Kirkwall are little gems that should not be missed. The Stromness Museum focuses more on maritime history and culture, particularly the connections to Stromness. Turns out Robert Louis Stevenson’s father was a lighthouse keeper,...More
Your admission fee allowed you to come back and explore the museum in more detail for a week. I liked that option and this museum had a lot of interesting artefacts & pieces. Highly recommend to visit this museum and take the time to explore...More
This museum has a vast range of subject matter covering the Neoloithic history of Orkney, the whaling industry, explorers from Stromeness, bird life and WW1 and WW2.
So much has been packed into a small space yet the exhibits are carefully presented - there is...More
My friend and I paid a visit to this little gem of a museum. It's near the end of the main street that runs through Stromness, to the very west of the town. The building backs onto the sea and is in part of an...More
Walking from the harbor was fairly easy. Found museum to be on 2 floors with some stairs. Museum was documenting the Island with photos, maps and articles of historical significance. Some artifacts were also in the shelves and cas
Crammed full of fascinating stories of local people and their accomplishments, artic explorers, African adventurers, poets, war heroes, naval history, Neolithic history, Victorian natural history exhibit. There is so much to take in here, each ticket is a weeks pass and I can understand why,...More
We visited on a recommendation and am very glad that we did. Your modest entrance fee allows access for 7 days which is a great idea as there is so much to see.
I say it’s ‘old time’ because of the way exhibits are put...More
This small museum is crammed with lots of interesting items, all clearly labelled with concise explanations. There is no obvious theme to the museum, just lots of different displays - everything from items relating to people who have a link to Stromness through to stuffed...More