The broch has a very nice welcome center that you pass on the way up. It tells the story about what the broch was used for and is a nice introduction to actually viewing it. You can also buy yarn and other local crafts at the welcome center. Walking up to the broch, I passed lots of sheep grazing. They don't pay a lot of attention to humans but will run away if you get close. The broch is large and is high up, so you can climb on the wall and get a nice view. It was interesting to see what people built years ago and how they lived. Although you can see much of the broch from the road, the visit was worthwhile, especially because the welcome center explained what I was viewing.
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