Allied Taxis Archaeology Tour
Visit the best of Shetlands Museums and Historic dwellings to learn about the dynamic past of Shetland.
Shetland’s five star museum contains culture, archaeology, maritime and textile displays, offering something interesting for everyone.
Dating back 3000 years, the Clickimin Broch is an excellent example of a broch tower with secondary buildings from the Iron Age. This broch is open to explore and see first hand where people used to live.
Jarlshof Prehistoric and Norse Settlement
One of the finest examples of a prehistoric archaeological site that still remains today. This 16th Century Laird's house dates back from 2500 BC up to the 17th century.
A 2,000 year old Iron Age Tower still standing strong on the now uninhabited island of Mousa.
Old Scatness Broch
Iron Age Broch and Village discovered in Shetland. Over many years of excavation, the archeologists have uncovered much insight into the dwellings as well as the changes during the Pictish to Viking transition in Shetland.