Are you wanting to learn a little bit more about Scottish wildlife and conservation? Scottish Seabird Centre is a conservation and education charity in the coastal town of North Berwick. The centre is dedicated to conserving these species and protecting the environment.

Why go to the Scottish Seabird Centre?

To learn about Scottish animal conservation.

The centre is right along the coast side of North Berwick which will give you a chance to see a lot of the animals you will learn about in the centre firsthand. With it being right next to the sea there is a possibility you might be able to spot more than just the birds that live in the area, the Scottish water is also home to many sea mammals such as the grey seal, the common seal, the bottlenose Dolphin and if you are very lucky you might get a chance to spot the humpback whale and the orcas (killers whale). The centre is a perfect place to visit with the family to learn about these precious animals and how to help keep up the great work being done by the centre.

  • Prices –
  • Adult £11.95
  • Child (3-15) £7.95 (under 3s free)
  • Concession £9.95
  • Family (2 adults & 2 children) £34.00
  • Additional children £7.50
  • Members free
  • Carers are free
  • Opening times
  • January 10:00 – 16:00, February, March, September and October 10:00 – 17:00 – Daily, April – August 10:00 – 18:00 – Daily, November – December 10:00 – 16:00

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