Made in the Outer Hebrides Art and Craft Guide

Various venues, Outer Hebrides

Type:Arts & Crafts

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With many creative people located around the islands this booklet both guides you to varied and interesting venue and takes you on a journey through stunning island scenery taking you to see Hebridean craft and Outer Hebrides art. 

This guide showcases the amazing work of our artists and makers in the Outer Hebrides and listings are accompanied with a map, so you know where to stop off if you are looking for arts and crafts in Lewis, Harris or Uist and Barra. Listings also have opening times of art and craft shops and galleries. Note that some listees just have an online shop, but you can visit them virtually!

Check out our Outer Hebrides art and craft shops by downloading your Made in The Outer Hebrides Art and Craft Guide here.

Enjoy your creative journey!


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