Search results

You are viewing results 13461 to 13477 of 13477Pages: 1, 2, 3, ... 672, 673, 674   Previous | Next
Corrigall Farm Museum
More Info
Corrigall Farm Museum
425.5 miles from stoke on trent Opened to the public in 1980, Corrigall Farm Museum is a traditional but and ben house. It portrays a typical Orkney farmhouse and steading in Victorian times (late 19th Century). The working barn and grain kiln, horse-drawn machinery and livestock make for an interesting visit for children and adults.
Kirbuster Museum
More Info
Kirbuster Museum
425.5 miles from stoke on trent Unique survival in Northern Europe of a traditional rural dwelling with central hearth and stone bed. 18th century extension with parlour and bedrooms. The extensive grounds, bordered by the Burn of Kirbuster, include farm buildings and machinery, crop growing and livestock. There is a Victorian garden and a putting green.
Westraak Guided Tours
More Info
Westraak Guided Tours
425.5 miles from stoke on trent Personally tailored tours of the island of Westray via mini bus and foot with plenty of local information given. Includes Power Point presentations, refreshments and home cooked local food. Suitable outdoor clothing and stout walking boots advised.
Westray Heritage Centre
More Info
Westray Heritage Centre
425.5 miles from stoke on trent Inside there is an annual display plus permanent exhibition panels on walls, and GEO with model seabirds and sounds. There are also interactive displays which will attract youngsters, many records of the islands history and gravestone records available to browse.
Jarlshof Prehistoric Settlement
More Info
Jarlshof Prehistoric Settlement
476.2 miles from stoke on trent Jarlshof provides an insight into the way of life of the inhabitants at particularly interesting periods - the late Bronze Age, Iron Age, Pictish era, Norse era and the Middle Ages. It includes oval-shaped Bronze Age houses, Iron Age broch and wheelhouses, Viking long houses, medieval farmstead and 16th century lairds house.
Clickimin Leisure Complex
More Info
Clickimin Leisure Complex
495.0 miles from stoke on trent The Clickimin Leisure Complex holds the biggest versatile space within the Shetland, catering for the isles ever growing sports calendar and also for large and small-scale concerts and cabaret events. In addition the centre can be hired for conferences, fashion and furniture shows, charity events, galas and motor shows. Wherever you...
Jubilee Flower Park
More Info
Jubilee Flower Park
495.0 miles from stoke on trent The Jubilee Flower Park on King Harald Street in Lerwick is one of the most scenic and visited spots in the town, particularly during the summer months. The Jubilee Flower Park provides a colourful display of flowers and shrubs The walled perimeter of the Flower Park provides a peaceful town centre sanctuary with park benches and footpaths...
Thule Charters
More Info
Thule Charters
495.0 miles from stoke on trent Based in Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Thule Charters operate marine sightseeing and wildlife tours to the seabirds and seals around the Noss and Hermaness RSPB wildlife and nature reserves. From Sumburgh Head at the southern end of Shetland to Muckle Flugga at the northern end, our tours take in some of Shetlands most spectacular and beautiful...
Shetland Museum
More Info
Shetland Museum
495.0 miles from stoke on trent Shetland Museum collections relate to all aspects of the islands history. They collect objects relevant to the islands only. These are usually things used here, often made here too. Other things belonged to Shetlanders, or to emigrants from the islands who lived elsewhere. Some objects are unique to Shetland. Other things are mass-produced that...
South Mainland Pool
More Info
South Mainland Pool
508.3 miles from stoke on trent The South Mainland Pool is situated adjacent to the Junior High School in Sandwick. The facilities include a 4 lane 16.7m pool, toddler pool, jacuzzi and steam room. We offer a range of activities, from children's fun sessions to adult only sessions and from aqua-aerobics to children's swimming classes. The pool is also...
Mousa Boat Trips
More Info
Mousa Boat Trips
508.3 miles from stoke on trent The latest vessel "Solan IV" is equipped to the highest standards for quality and safety. A trip to the island is an essential part of your Shetland holiday in order to see the wonderfully preserved Broch and the fantastic array of wildlife.
West Mainland Leisure Centre
More Info
West Mainland Leisure Centre
508.3 miles from stoke on trent West Mainland Leisure Centre has a 3-lane, 16.7m Main pool with a depth range of 0.8m - 1.8m it also has 3 water cannons and a seated spectator area overlooking pool. There is also a steam and sauna room for customers to relax and enjoy.
St Magnus Bay Boat Trips
More Info
St Magnus Bay Boat Trips
508.3 miles from stoke on trent St Magnus Bay Boat Trips will give you the opportunity to experience Shetland from one of its most important places - the sea. The Sceptre is owned by experienced skipper Victor Gray, who has a wide ranging knowledge of the local area, its wildlife and the fishing grounds.
Whalsay Leisure Centre
More Info
Whalsay Leisure Centre
508.3 miles from stoke on trent The Centre offers both wet and dry facilities with a wide range of activities. The ground floor consists of a 3 lane - 15m heated swimming pool with children's lagoon. The multi-purpose Games Hall comprises 3 badminton courts, which can also be used for various activities such as football, basketball, hockey, short tennis and carpet bowls to name...
North Mainland Leisure Centre
More Info
North Mainland Leisure Centre
508.3 miles from stoke on trent The swimming pool is a 16 metre 3 lane pool with a child friendly lagoon. There is also a fitness suite, squash court, community room, which includes a pool table, and a luxurious steam room.
Fetlar Interpretive Centre
More Info
Fetlar Interpretive Centre
508.3 miles from stoke on trent Fetlar Museum will have its usual permanent displays available this season, as well as some new displays and artifacts. In the museum, you can walk through the many exhibitions on history, archaeology, folklore and wildlife. Especially good for a rainy day is the extensive archive of photographs going back to the 1860s, and documents and diaries...
Shetland Nature Cruises
More Info
Shetland Nature Cruises
508.3 miles from stoke on trent Your guide, Brydon Thomason, is a born and bred Shetlander, with an intimate knowledge of Shetlands abundant wildlife but also the Shetland way of life. So often, an experienced guide with local insight is the difference between a good trip and a really special one - and making that difference is something that Brydon sees as a highlight of his...