Orkney Isles Visitor Attractions

A selection of tourist and visitor attractions in the area which are recommended by the HarbourGuides.com team.

Details & Reviews (3)Deerness Distillery
Something Special, Visitor Attractions
Deerness Distillery
Welcome to our distillery! Finished in early 2017 the distillery is Orkney’s first distillery in over 132 years and currently produces the award winning Sea Glass Gin and Into the Wild Vodka, with plans for further spirits to follow.
We are open for tours Tuesday – Sunday (Tour 1 – 11.30am Tour 2 – 13.00pm), shop / tasting room open Tuesday – Sunday 14.00 – 18.00 View a 360° tour

Address: Newhall, Stove road, KW17 2QJ

Phone: 01856 741 264 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (1)FernValley Wildlife Centre
Cafes, Corporate Events, Entertainment, Provisions, Something Special, Wifi
Fernvalley is the most northerly wildlife centre in the UK, located in the stunning Orkney Islands in the far north of Scotland. The centre specialises in offering a safe, loving, forever home to animals that have been abused or abandoned. We also take in surplus animals that are looking for new homes from zoos and wildlife centres. We have a variety of animals here at the centre from geckos and snakes to mice and meerkats! Many of our animals have come to us through various rescue centres across the UK and at Fernvalley we offer them a home for life. We are proud to be the most northerly wildlife centre in the UK. So come and take a walk on the wild side with us and get up close and personal with a snake, take the tunnel into our meerkat enclosure for a unique view of our three little troublemakers, watch our spiny mice as they explore their runs or simply enjoy a slice of homemade cake and a fresh coffee in our cosy, country tearoom. Have fun and be inspired at Fernvalley Wildlife Centre View a 360° tour

Address: Tingwall, Rendall, Orkney, KW15 2HB

Phone: 01856 751461 - Email - Website - Map
Accommodation
Skaill House
Overlooking the spectacular Bay of Skaill, Skaill House is the finest 17th Century mansion in Orkney. Home of William Graham Watt, 7th Laird of Breckness, who unearthed the World famous neolithic village of Skara Brae in 1850. Covering thousands of years of history, Skaill House is renowned for its contribution to Orkney’s diverse and exciting past. The house was originally built in 1620 by Bishop George Graham (Bishop of Orkney 1615-1638), and has been added to by successive generations over the centuries. In its 400 year evolution, all 12 Lairds have been related, contributing to the history and collections in the house. View a 360° tour

Address: Skalil house, Sandwick, Orkney, KW16 3LR

Phone: 01856841501 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Harray Potter Ltd
Gift Shops, Retail Outlets, Something Special
Harray Potter Ltd
Visit our Pottery and Shop in Harray Orkney, watch us throw pots and choose from our full range of pots, plates mugs, jugs and much more! master potter Andrew Appleby, the original Harray Potter! Fursbreck Pottery Orkney is a family business where we make and sell pottery. Andrew’s debut novel ‘Skara‘ in his Neolithic series ‘New Life for Orkney‘ is now available to purchase in paperback or eBook format. View a 360° tour

Address: Fursbeck Pottery, Harday, Orkney, KW17 2JR

Phone: 01856771419 - Email - Website - Map
Cafes
Orkney’s largest indoor soft play area. Located in Wellpark Garden Centre, fun for all the family from 0-12 years, built over 3 levels. View a 360° tour

Address: Mill Street, Kirkwall, Orkney, KW15 1NE

Phone: 01856 874203 - Email - Website - Map
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