Calanais Visitor Centre - A must see for any visitor to the outer hebrides. These standing stones date back some 5000 years.
Doune Carloway Broch - Another must see for visitors is this stone broch near Carloway on the west side of Lewis.
Gearrannan Black Houses - On the exposed Atlantic coast of the Isle of Lewis the blackhouse village of Gearrannan lies steeped in history and sited in an environment of outstanding natural beauty.
Ness Heritage Centre - This centre is a must to visit if you are interested in good quality local information about the past. The centre contains an impressive archive of documents, genealogical records, photographs, video and audio recordings.
Eoropie Tearoom - An excellent tearoom to enjoy some refreshments after visiting the Ness Heritage Centre. Excellent website including real-time weather. If it’s Force 9 in Eoropie, it’s probably only Force 8 at the club.
Borgh Pottery - Borgh Pottery is a studio pottery established in 1974 by Alex and Sue Blair, and is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 6.00pm.
Oiseval Gallery - Oiseval Gallery, established by landscape photographer James Smith and his wife in 1992, is open all year and is located in the peaceful crofting village of Brue on the wild Atlantic coast of Lewis