Admission & Opening hours
- Opening hours including cafe/bar:
- Monday to Wednesday 10am –9pm
- Thursday to Saturday 10am- late
Hours may vary for special events
- Kitchen opening hours:
- Mon-Sat: 10am – 8pm (breakfast menu 10am-noon)
General Admission: FREE
We ask that all contractors, or anyone attending An Lanntair for meetings with staff, sign in the Visitor Book at the reception desk.
There is a large public car park available next to An Lanntair on South Beach Street Stornoway.
We have two disabled parking spaces available directly outside An Lanntair’s main entrance on Kenneth Street.
An Lanntair is located directly opposite Stornoway’s main bus station on South Beach Street.
Our main entrance can be found on Kenneth Street. There is disabled access for visitors from this main entrance. Our information desk, shop, auditorium and gallery can be located on the ground floor. Our café bar and office are on the upper levels and there is lift and stair access to all levels.
Ticket sale – terms and conditions
For all information on An Lanntair’s terms and conditions of sale please click here. If you have any further queries please email Head of Marketing Kathryn Lamont Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Child tickets for cinema are available for those aged under 12. All Children must be accompanied by an adult regardless of the rating of a performance.
An Lanntair offer a concessionary discount on selected events. Concession tickets apply to:
- People over 65
- Those claiming benefit
- Disabled customers and their carer
An Lanntair is a fully accessible venue. Facilities include level access to all public areas (box office, certain area of the auditorium, shop, gallery, bar and restaurant), ramps where required, lifts, disabled toilets, induction loops and disabled seating in the auditorium. For more information, please read our Access Statement
To reserve and purchase the allocated disabled seating in our auditorium please call 01851 708480.
Visiting the Outer Hebrides:
From the northernmost headlands of the Isle of Lewis to the southern tip of Vatersay, the Outer Hebrides islands on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean offer an exciting assortment of entertainment and attractions.
Experience the peace and tranquillity of this stunning environment or accept the warm Western Isles welcome of communities waiting to offer you some traditional Hebridean hospitality.
Explore our rich island history and discover a superb selection of museums and monuments or witness carefully preserved Gaelic culture in a region where crofting, community events and ceilidhs bring people together like nowhere else on earth.