Cearcall a’ Chuain [ the ocean’s cycle]

opens March 2017
Museum
£3.00/ £1.50 Concessions

This year’s annual Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath exhibition Cearcall a’ Chuain [ the ocean’s cycle] explores the fascinating theme of the sea and stories about the waters that surround our island.

The exhibition  will include cases of sea related objects as well as the amazing collection of model boats from the Reverent Donald MacQuarrie.  Information panels in the museum will give information on

The earliest history of travel by boats to the island

Objects and messages washed ashore including three St Kilda mailboats.

The History of Caledonian MacBrayne

The history of the Herring Industry and the ups and downs of the seaweed industry in North Uist.

Cearcall a Chuain opens in March 2017.