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All reviews outer walls iron age car park dry stone well worth a visit information centre short walk small exhibition small hill stunning views interesting place to visit surrounding area historic scotland free entry callanish standing stones visitor center structure
It’s incredible that Pictish people were able to construct a structure like this. A double wall building with three floors - now only part of the stone parts remaining. Be aware that it is a short walk over tough ground up hill to view the...More
This review is for the visitor centre rather than the broch itself (which is an amazing attraction and easily worth five stars by itself. The visitor centre is well designed and a reasonable size so as not to intrude too much on the broch and...More
We went to this Broch after the Callanish Standing Stones and before leaving for the Blackhouse at Arnol. Unfortunately, the Scottish government was in the middle of making repairs and testing for safety of the structure, so we could not inspect it at close range....More
The Broch is imposing and atmospheric. We were lucky to visit when there were no other people about. It certainly stirs the imagination, wondering who lived there and whether they were rich farmers, nobility, or powerful landowners who built to keep other our of the...More
Was really excited to be seeing one of the best remaining Brochs, and the view we had from the car park was lovely. unfortunately the site was closed for safety reasons, pending funding, which we read could be unlikely to happen. Come on the powers...More
Iron Age broch ruins slightly off the beaten path, with a view of hills, Blackhouse remains, and sheep all around.
It is a mild hike to the ruins; main trail goes past a small museum and gift shop that contains information about the site and...More
This site is open to walk around. You can go inside and see the inner room and the passage way that runs around it. There is a plaque that gives some information about it. I thought it was cool as it is from the iron...More