These brochs were on my dad's "must-see" attraction list and we both absolutely loved them. They're in various stages of ruin but are gorgeous and the signs do a great job at explaining and demonstrating what they would have looked like in full usage. We went in autumn and it was basically deserted, so we got them to ourselves and it was great. I'd definitely recommend visiting them if you're a history buff.
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