The PastThe FutureSt Kilda Today
 
St Kilda
      
 Website produced by The National Trust for Scotland
in association with Glasgow Museums 
with financial assistance from Historic Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage 
This site is optimised for a screen resolution of 800x 600 or higher       technical tips

The archipelago of St Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles, lies 41 miles (66 kilometres)
west of Benbecula in Scotland's Outer Hebrides. Its islands with their exceptional
cliffs and sea stacs, form the most important seabird breeding station in
north-west Europe.
The evacuation of its native population in 1930
brought to a close an extraordinary story of survival.

This site tells that story and also explains
activities taking place today in this special place.

  © The National Trust for Scotland                 Acknowledgements          St Kilda Byelaws         Designations