Orkney Museum

Tankerness House, Broad Street, Kirkwall, KW15 1HD
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18 September 2021

18 September 2021 (11:00-14:00) Orkney The Orkney Museum in Kirkwall tells
the story of Orkney, from the Stone Age, to the Picts and Vikings, right
through to the present day. The Museum’s collection is of international
importance and it has a changing temporary exhibition programme. The
archaeology collection, which includes artefacts and environmental material
from all periods of Orkney's prehistoric and early medieval past, is
recognised as being nationally significant. For Doors Open Days 2021 you can
enjoy "Lydia Harris: Bells and Bonnets: a short reading of poems in response
to some of the museum’s treasures." A live reading of poems by Lydia Harris,
based on artefacts displayed in the Orkney Museum. The readings will take
place next to the artefacts that inspired the poetry. The reading will last
approximately 45 minutes.
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Tankerness House, Broad Street, Kirkwall, KW15 1HD

58.9812987, -2.9609752