We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Certainly worth the short trek uphill from the harbour. The highlight is the main hall with its splendid stainglass windows illustrating the history of the Shetlands. Each window has a useful explanation next to it. There are loos available here if wanted.
Part of the historical city of Lerwick. Beautiful stone buildings surround the town hall. People praise the windows but was unfortunately shut when we were there. Area does remind if Edinburgh but without the grime and pollution
A rather odd place. Interesting stained glass windows in the town hall rooms. Just walk in (no charge) and look round available rooms including the council chambers. Interpretation panels explain the windows. Worth 15 - 30 minutes to visit.
So when arrived and found that entry was free of charge, we were more than delighted to find such a wide historical range of very well preserved Windows. We spent a full hour looking at them. There were very informative boards with each window with...More
Stained glass work really is beautiful and an easy-ish walk from the port. Definitely worth the time read your way around the room as there is some interesting history there! Excellent way to spend 30-45 minutes!
The aural window is beautiful and we saw it with the sunlight behind it, magical! The other historical windows were very lovely.
We saw the Registrar there who was so helpful and delightful. We were looking for a graveyard plot, and, although it wasn't her...More