Böd of Gremista
A typical 18th century booth (böd), birthplace of Arthur Anderson, co-founder of what is now P & O Ferries
Brochs of Shetland
The mystery of the brochs intrigues and engages the mind of all who visit them.
Brough Lodge Trust
Brough Lodge in Fetlar, and its surrounding buildings, were once the home of the Nicolson family.
A stepping stone in history.
Fetlar Interpretive Centre
We are a small, dynamic, community-run museum on the remote island of Fetlar in Shetland.
Historical and archaeological information.
Northern Lighthouse Board
Information and history of Shetland and other lighthouses.
Quendale Water Mill
A working water mill operated by the South Mainland Community History Group.
The Shetland Bus
'The Shetland Bus', a Shetland based boat operation to and from Norway, that took place during the Second World War (1939 - 1945).
Shetland Community Archaeology
At Sandwick on Unst, a team of archaeologists and volunteers is excavating a prehistoric building eroding out of the dunes, before it is claimed by the sea.
Shetland Crofthouse Museum
The house is a typical thatched crofthouse of the 19th century.
Shetland displays some of the most complex and varied geology to be found anywhere in Britain.
The new Shetland Museum and Archives is the starting point for anyone who wants to know more about our Heritage and Culture.
Shetland Museum and Archives Photo Library
A collection contains over 60,000 images showing all aspects of Shetland Life.
The Swan is a restored Fifie (fishing boat) from 1900.