Due to the current Coronavirus Pandemic and resulting government guidance, the Old Haa is closed until further notice.
Museum and visitor centre in historic listed building with beautiful garden. Exhibitions about Yell's history, natural history and an art gallery with 3 weekly displays. Tea room and craft shop selling local crafts.
The Old Haa is a historic listed building built in 1672. It has 2 rooms, one upstairs and one down featuring displays offering an insight to the history of Yell.
One room is dedicated to natural history including the jawbone of a whale and panels detailing the geology of the island. The lower floor has a tearoom serving teas coffees and delicious home bakes. Leading off the tearoom is a gallery where artwork is on show, the display changing every 3 weeks.
There is a small craft shop here too selling local craft work.
At the rear of the building is a large walled garden filled with flowers where you can sit to enjoy the views. It also has inuksuits, stone figures each made from a different Yell stone. The staff are always welcoming and can provide you with information to enjoy your stay in Yell.
The Old Haa has it's own blog where you can read about upcoming exhibitions and events - https://www.oldhaa.com
During opening hours, the Old Haa is pleased to offer a charging facility for electric bicylcles.
This visitor attraction accepts debit and credit card payments.