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Heart of Neolithic Orkney Vacation Packages

The four monuments that make up the Heart of Neolithic Orkney are unquestionably among the most important Neolithic sites in Western Europe. These are the Ring of Brodgar, Stones of Stenness, Maeshowe, and Skara Brae. They provide exceptional evidence of the material and spiritual standards as well as the beliefs and social structures of this dynamic period of prehistory. The property is characteristic of the farming culture prevalent from before 4000 BC in northwest Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It provides exceptional evidence of and demonstrates with exceptional completeness, the domestic, ceremonial, and burial practices of a now vanished 5000-year-old culture and illustrates the material standards, social structures, and ways of life of this dynamic period of prehistory, which gave rise to Avebury and Stonehenge (England), Bend of the Boyne (Ireland) and Carnac (France). Please note we do not offer hotels or other activities in this city at this time.

Visit Heart of Neolithic Orkney from Kirkwall.

Heart of Neolithic Orkney