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FREE ADMISSION - CLOSED 1 NOV-29 FEB 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...more
We had a private guide for 2 days of Mainland and without Sue, I’m not sure that we would have found this, kr even gone in if we did.
But I’m so glad that we did. It really is a time warp and at the...More
This museum is phenomenal. The guide explained that much of the furnishings and equipment on site had been donated by the people of the Orkneys. It is as if someone lived there yesterday and walked away, leaving all of their belongings. It is truly a...More
My mom and I were there with a private tour guide and the visit was a last-minute addition as we had some extra time. As other reviewers have said, it does feel like the owners just stepped out. What I loved is that you can...More
OK, I went on this to keep the younger element of the party happy. My low expectations blown out of the water. This was the most charming attraction of the holiday. We got to see sheep and hens, and Henry the Horse 🐴 came to...More
This, like Kirbuster museum, is a small but special museum. It takes you back in history showing you how people lived, and farmed, many, many years ago. It shows us how our ancestors worked and lived and the conditions they lived in. Due to it...More
This museum is trapped in the 19th century, it gives the impression that the farmer left this world leaving behind another World. It is untouched or appears to be. The buildings and the effects are brought to life by the guide with demonstrations and objects....More
One of a couple of farm museums on the Island, this is the smaller and less grand of the pair. Despite the fact that it has been rebuilt and that most of the contents have been brought in from elsewhere, it has a real atmosphere,...More