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Always go to this every time we visit Tiree. It’s an interesting piece of Architecture that always provides a new view from the island due to the ever changing weather. The kids love it for a fantastic photo!
Needs a little TLC since our first...More
An open walkway where the eye is drawn to the huge skies, the postage stamp view of Gott Bay, black felter below which the rock structure flows like a river and then the glass belvidere. Sorry, didn't get it - it was like an underpass...More
This was designed and made by numerous engineers, artists, architects and builders. This art work represents all the elements from the landscape- skies, shores, rocks and silver beaches. Simple, brilliantly executed, go, see it, feel it, and make up your own mind. We loved it...More
This attraction will not be for everyone, however i personally really liked it. The idea is really cool and the view is amazing. It's not an attraction you'd spend a lot of time at, but if you're on Tiree i think it's worth a visit,...More
Maybe the idea behind this attraction has completely passed me by, but I really couldn't understand it's purpose or how it managed to win an award.
The weird bus shelter like tunnel was filled with pools of water and while the view form the glass...More
The beautifully produced leaflets of this place probably pumped up our expectations.
We are no philistines and love to explore all forms of art so dropped in as we were passing. Our impression - a rather strange and elongated version of a bus shelter. Although...More
On a rainy afternoon perhaps our artistic spirit was wilting however having enjoyed the local talents on display in various craft shops on the island we couldn't find much enthusiasm for this prize winning "sculpture". In fact we couldn't find it at all at first...More
This beautiful tunnel sculpture has been on Tiree for approx 10 years. The White roofless tunnel leads you through a dark passage to the end which is a glass box with a stunning view. It needs a wee bit of maintainence but I was overjoyed...More