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Kids Days Out In Shetland

Kids Days Out in Shetlands and activities in these ancient isles. You will not be bored here if you love nature with many things to do including walks, beaches, hills and nature reserves.

  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: No

Mousa Broch

Beautiful countryside and the Mousa Broch!

The best preserved broch in Scotland. With its Iron Age drystone tower it reaches a height of around 40ft.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Hermaness National Nature Reserve

Overlooking Muckle Flugga, Britain's most northerly point.

Hermaness provides a wonderful haven for over 100,000 seabirds including puffins, seacliffs, offshore arches and stacks.

  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: No

Broch of Clickimin

Beautiful countryside and the Broch of Clickimin!

A partially demolished broch (round tower) on an island on the southern shore of the Loch of Clickimin, and dating back to 700-500 BC.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Scalloway Castle

Explore this beautiful Castle!

Ruined Castle - Built by Earl Patrick Stewart in 1600 much is in ruins, or does not exist at all, however the tower house has been somewhat restored.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Quendale Water Mill

Lots of things to do here.

An excellent insight to life on the Shetland Islands over the last one hundred years (and more). Refreshments, craft shop

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Clickimin Leisure Complex

Swimming pool and more!

Sports facilities plus 2 flumes, outdoor lagoon, kiddies pool, a giant bubble pool and rapid river with water cannons and much more!

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: No

Jarlshof Prehistoric Site

Archaeological site dating back to the late Bronze Age!

It includes oval-shaped Bronze Age houses, Iron Age broch and wheelhouses, Viking long houses, medieval farmstead and 16th century laird’s house.