Scapa Flow Visitor Centre and Museum

Hoy and Graemsay

This Museum tells the story of the naval anchorage in World Wars I and II.

Visitors can find out about the Royal Oak disaster and view the files of war-time photographs. There are audio visual displays which illustrate the history of Scapa Flow, as well as children's activities. There is also a gift shop and café. It is not essential to take a car, as the Museum is a two minute walk from the pier. If visitors do wish to take a car, they need to book onto the ferry on telephone 01856811397.

PUMPHOUSE CAFE OPEN EASTER - OCTOBER

Free 2-hour guided walk around the remains of the former Royal Naval Base takes place every Tuesday from 5 April, leaving the museum at 11.00am.

Other Details

OPENING TIMES

1 March - 30 April

Monday - Saturday 10.00 - 16.30

1 May - 30 September

Monday - Sunday 10.00 - 16.30

1 - 31 October

Monday - Saturday 10.00 - 16.30

PUMPHOUSE CAFE OPEN EASTER - OCTOBER

Free 2-hour guided walk around the remains of the former Royal Naval Base takes place every Tuesday from 5 April, leaving the museum at 11.00am.

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