Only 30 minutes from Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, and perched on a rocky outcrop at North Berwick harbour, overlooking the islands of the Firth of Forth and sandy beaches of East Lothian, the five star Scottish Seabird Centre is a great day out.
In the Discovery Centre control the interactive live cameras to zoom in on amazing wildlife on islands including the world-famous Bass Rock, the world's largest Northern gannet colony, and the Isle of May National Nature Reserve, the largest puffin colony on the east coast.
Open year-round, there's the chance to discover more in the Wildlife Theatre, Turtle and Ray Zone, Scope Deck and Flyway Tunnel. There’s also a Kids' Zone with soft play and Kids' Corner for quieter play time.
There's different wildlife throughout the seasons and a programme of family-friendly events.
Unwind in the Seabird Café which is full of locally-sourced produce and on warmer days sit out on East Lothian's only sun deck overlooking the Firth of Forth. The gift shop also stocks items from local artists and craftspeople.
There's also the chance to extend your Seabird experience with one of the various seasonal boat trips to the Bass Rock and Isle of May – the Centre has exclusive landing rights for the Bass Rock and also runs photography trips to the Isle of May.
Baby changing and full disabled access (not applicable to boats).