Isle of Lewis
Phone: 01851 708480
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General Admission: FREE
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10am – late
Sun: 1.30pm to 5pm (last Sunday each month)
Parking: There is a large public car park available next to An Lanntair on South Beach Street Stornoway.
Public Transport: An Lanntair is located directly adjacent from Stornoway’s main bus station on South Beach Street.
Disabled Visitors: We have two disabled parking spaces available directly outside An Lanntair’s main entrance on Kenneth Street. All levels are accessible by our lift.
We have fully accessible disabled seating available for our customers in the front row of our auditorium. We also have more spacious wing seating available for customers, though these seats are only accessible via some steps. To find out more about these seats please call our Box Office team on 01851708480.
Main entrance: 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 are 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.
Visiting the Outer Hebrides: Visit www.visitouterhebrides.co.uk – for a variety of visitor information, accommodation and activities.
For further information on and travel to The Outer Hebrides and Scotland please visit:
Visitor Scotland – www.visitscotland.com/see-do
Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries – www.calmac.co.uk
Highlands and Island Airports – www.hial.co.uk
Loganair – www.loganair.co.uk
Visitors – Service Engineers, those attending meetings: We ask that on arrival you report to our Box office. Please inform staff who you are and why you are in the building. Please provide details of the person(s) or area(s) to be visited and identify the person(s) who are to be responsible for you whilst you are on site.
You will then be asked to complete the visitor book with the following information:
• Address of employer (where relevant) or other contact point in case of emergency
• Details of vehicles parked on site (if any)
• Anticipated length of visit
This information will then be placed in a lanyard, which we request visitors to wear at all times in order to ensure their safety whilst on site. Upon exiting the building we ask that lanyard is returned and that details of departure time are provided.