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On the long summer evenings a walk around the tiny village of Hynish will help you appreciate this wonderful setting so far from the crowds. Follow the Hynish Heritage Trail (leaflets widely available on the island) and you will uncover the past of the historic shorestation. 



The Story of Skerryvore Lighthouse exhibition, Isle of Tiree

Skerryvore display0 credit Brian Montgomery

This exhibition records the fascinating account of the hazardous Skerryvore reef, 10 nautical miles to the south west of the Isle of Tiree, and the design and construction of the tallest lighthouse in Scotland by Alan Stevenson, uncle of Robert Louis Stevenson. It features unique examples of industrial archaeology, a scale model of the lighthouse and interpretation material of general and educational interest. Housed in Morton Boyd Hall in Hynish, the lighthouse shore station village on the Isle of Tiree, the exhibition is open from May to September, with access available at other times by arrangement.

These exhibitions are run by the Hebridean Trust, which makes no charge for admission but suggests a minimum donation of £3 per person towards the running costs and conservation work. The development was supported by the European Regional Development Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund. Organised groups are advised to arrange dates in advance (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 01879 220045).





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The Hebridean Trust
The Hynish Heritage Centre
Isle of Tiree
Argyll and Bute
PA77 6UD

(01879) 220730



A charity registered in Scotland, charity number SC038956, and in England, registered charity number 285629.
The Hebridean Trust Limited is a company registered in England and Wales, with a company number 1653639.
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