Aros Centre, Portree
About Aros Centre, Portree
Aros Centre, Portree - Address, Phone Number
Address: View field Road, Portree, IV51 9EU, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
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Aros centre offers multimedia hubs for arts, theatre, screening of live events and latest Hollywood movies. Aros centre provides an amazing experience of community cultural centre. The venue also includes restaurants and shops for the visitors were people can explore things like jewellery and home accessories. Children play area; auditorium and conference rooms are the facilities available at Aros. Aros centre should not be missed out while visiting Portree.
Aros Centre Information
- A must visit place for Hollywood fans.
- Hollywood movies are screened between 9am to 5.30pm.
How To reach Aros Centre by Public Transport
- By bus no. 52
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Food is tasty but pretty average. Service usually with a smile. But it's more than a cafe. There's shopping, cinema and events a on offer too. A brilliant community facility that also offers visitors a day off from the outdoor attractions of Skye especially when the weather does what we know it can in Skye!
Paid £5 to visit the St Kilda exhibition. While interesting there simply wasn't enough to make it worth £5. There's more to this place than this exhibition but I'm not really able to comment further.
The St. Kilda Museum was well worth an hour. Explore the rugged lives spent on St. Kilda.
Lovely food and grandkids had great time in soft play area
Nice coffee stop great staff excellent museum cinema looks good also.