Muness Castle's Website
Don't forget to check opening times and details with the venue yourself before making arrangements.
A late 16th-century tower house.
A late 16th-century tower house with circular towers at diagonally opposite corners.
The northernmost castle in the British Isles, Muness has remarkably fine architectural details.
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Some child-friendly days out around Muness Castle
A late 16th-century tower house....
A five'sided artillery fort with bastions projecting from each corner...
Iron Age broch tower...
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