Days Out Outer Hebrides

Barra Power Kiting
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Barra Power Kiting
Barra Power Kiting: They offer instruction in all disciplines of land based kiting, from an introduction to the sport, to kite buggying and kite landboarding.
Calanais Standing Stones
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Calanais Standing Stones
This is a story with no ending. Against the backdrop of their 5000 years, the stones have witnessed countless changes in the people and the landscape around them. The story tells about developing...
Clearwater Paddling
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Clearwater Paddling
Clearwater Paddling offers the unique adventure of guided sea kayaking tours in the most beautiful places combined with first class service. Paddle adventures allow you to explore stunning white...

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Doune Broch
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Doune Broch
Doune Broch: Dun Carloway is one of the best-preserved Iron Age Brochs in the whole of Scotland. is in the care of Historic Scotland. The Visitor Centre at this site was built in order to promote...

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Isle of Harris Sports Centre
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Isle of Harris Sports Centre
Isle of Harris Sports Centre: The Facility consists of a 16.5m swimming pool, sauna/spa and gym. The gym is equipped with TechnoGym cardio-vascular and strength training equipment. The activities at...
Kisimul Castle
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Kisimul Castle
The only significant surviving medieval castle in the Western Isles, seat of the Chiefs of Clan Macneil. The castles location - spectacularly sited on a rock in the bay, and known locally as the...
Lews Castle
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Lews Castle
Lews Castle built by the Mathesons in the 19th century, on the West Side of Stornoway Harbour. Sir James Matheson who purchased the island in 1844 built mock-Tudor folly in the 19th century. In 1923,...
Museum nan Eilean
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Museum nan Eilean
The museum holds collections of objects, photographs, prints and paintings and archives illustrating the archaeology, social, domestic and economic history of the islands.
Seallam
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Seallam
Seallam: Exhibits dealing with the history and natural environment of the Hebrides.
Seatrek
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Seatrek
Seatrek offers unforgettable boat trips around the Uig coast, Isle of Lewis (Stornoway) and Outer Hebrides as far as St Kilda. Whether your interest is in wildlife trips, a special charter or our...

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Welcome to the fantastic Scottish islands of Western Isles or Outer Hebrides or Eilean Siar. If you need child friendly ideas where to take the kids, kids days out, or fun things to do with the kids in Western Isles then we can help. We have family pubs with kids play areas, soft play areas, indoor play areas, outdoor play areas, playgrounds, aquariums, castles, stately homes, children's clubs such as Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, Brownies, Guides, youth clubs, activity centres, Air, Sea, Army Cadets. We list children's entertainers in Western Isles if you are planning a birthday, cinema, theatre, petting zoo, animal farms, children's farms, leisure hire, museum and art gallery, nature areas such as parks, and countryside walks and beaches. We have kids activities related to outdoor pursuits and sports such as swimming, ice skating, ten pin bowling and football centres. We list theme parks and Adventure Parks in Western Isles. If you are looking for zoos with more exotic animals then we have them. We have days out with the kids in Western Isles in and near :- Acarsaid Mhor, Acha Mor, Adabrock, Ahmor, Aignish, Aird, Aird Dhail, Aird Thunga, Aird Uig, Airidhantuim, Allasdale, Amhuinnsuidhe, Stornoway.

The Outer Hebrides,  comprise an island chain off the west coast of Scotland. They form part of the Hebrides, separated from the Scottish mainland and from the Inner Hebrides by the stormy stretch of water known as the Minch and the Little Minch. Most communities in the Outer Hebrides use the Scottish Gaelic language. The name for the UK Parliament constituency covering this area is Na h-Eileanan an Iar, whilst the Scottish Parliament constituency for the area continues to be officially known as Western Isles although it is almost always written as Western Isles (Eilean Siar). The islands were known as Suðreyjar  under Norwegian rule for about 200 years until sovereignty was transferred to Scotland in the Treaty of Perth in 1266, which followed the Battle of Largs three years earlier. The main islands form an archipelago of which the major islands include Lewis and Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, and Barra.