Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
To find and download historic research publications – Search Canmore
What can you find in our garden? Find something that fits each word
Links of Noltland, Westray: Interim Report on Neolithic and Bronze Age Excavations 2007–09
Shifting Sands documents some of the most remarkable discoveries including the Westray Wife, a Neolithic stone figurine, now recognised as the earliest depiction of the human form known from Scotland.
A Measured Survey of a 19th Century Farmstead
Report on the measured survey of Skaill Farm in 2017-18
Explore Skara Brae with this fun, fact-finding mission
Updated 2017 in English and Doric Scots
Explore the buildings and woods around the palace with this fun, fact-finding mission
Explore our castle with this fun, fact-finding mission and uncover clues in the most unexpected places
The Last and Outmost Isle
This book St Kilda back from the ‘end of the world’ to tell a compelling story of triumph over geographical adversity.
Available in English, French, Gaelic, German, Italian and Spanish
Information on the St Kilda World Heritage Site, a group of remote islands noted for the natural and cultural value.
Birth, Death and Renewal
The ruin of St Peter’s College has sat on a hilltop above the village of Cardross for more than three decades.
Colour in these pictures of our church and the Dupplin Cross
Explore our church with this fun fact-finding mission
Look at the stones around the museum to learn about the people who lived here 1300 years ago