Feb 16, 2022
The Orkney archipelago has been inhabited for over 8,000 years and contains some of the oldest and best-preserved Neolithic sites in Europe. Amongst them is the archaeological site of Ness of Brodgar, where digging continues every July and August.
Many of the most intriguing finds from the Ness of Brodgar will be on show at the British Museum in a new exhibition, the World of Stonehenge, opening on 17 February.
Join us in June for Walks and History in Orkney to experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Neolithic Heart of Orkney for yourself.
You can read more about the Ness of Brodgar archaeological site in this recent article https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2022/feb/15/orkney-ghosts-of-past-world-of-stonehenge-british-museum.