Bressay Heritage Centre & History Group Shetland Heritage. The island of Bressay is the fifth largest of the Shetland Islands at around 11 square miles. The Bressay Heritage Centre houses an extensive archive of material relating to the island's history through photographs, maps, geneaology, etc. Annual.
Heritage It is home to around 400 people who are significantly outnumbered by the populations of seabirds and mammals around the shores. The Bressay Guidebook, developed by the Bressay History Group provides detailed information on Bressay and is available to buy from the Heritage centre.
Visit Bressay Please note that as Bressay is an island, it is only accessible by the regular car and passenger ferry from Lerwick. Bressay has fantastic natural resources, a great café, restaurant and Heritage Centre and is ideal for walking and cycling. Its lovely croft-dotted landscape has.
Bressay Heritage Centre Feature Page on Undiscovered. A full timetable for the ferry, including prices can be found here. Information about and images of the Bressay Heritage Centre in Shetland on Undiscovered Scotland.
Bressay & Noss Bressay roads are predominantly single track with passing places and extra care should be taken when driving. The ferry berths in Bressay right next to the Bressay Heritage Centre which features seasonal exhibitions on the culture, history and natural heritage of the island.