Please note, that while mainland Scotland is in COVID protection level 4 the Scottish Seabird Centre is closed to the public. We hope to re-open in late April following the expected move to protection level 3 and can't wait to welcome visitors and members back as soon as it is safe to do so.
Thank you for your ongoing support over what has been an incredibly difficult year for so many of us. If you would like to support our vital conservation and education work in other ways, please consider a one off donation or become a friend of the Scottish Seabird Centre.
Dive in to Scotland’s incredible marine environment with our transformed Discovery Experience. The all-new exhibits, games and upgraded interactive live cameras on the world’s largest Northern gannet colony, the Bass Rock, bring the wonders of Scotland's exceptional marine habitats and wildlife to life.
Our expert staff will talk you through the seasonal wildlife that you can spot using the remote cameras on the local islands and what you can expect to find along the local shoreline.
Explore the diverse marine life Scotland's seas support, from our incredible deep sea corals and kelp forests to playful marine mammals and giant seabird cities.
We want our visitors to appreciate the wonders of Scotland’s marine environment, but also understand the threats it faces and the steps they can take to help protect it. Our threats exhibits highlight the impact of noise pollution, plastics and the climate crisis on our marine wildlife in an engaging and interactive way.
We hope you enjoy your visit and leave with a greater understanding of the diverse life that Scotland’s seas support and why its so critical we protect it.
For visitor safety some of our exhibits in the Discovery Experience will remain closed for now, these include our Wildlife Theatre, VR experience and Kid's Corner.
However, with the reduced numbers (a maximum of 12 in at any one time) our wonderful staff will keep you engaged and engrossed in the incredible local wildlife to be spotted on the interactive live cameras and share details of the exceptional and diverse marine wildlife found around Scotland’s shores.
Following Scottish Government recommendations face coverings are also required when visiting (exceptions include under 5s and those with certain health conditions).
Children aged 15 years or under must be accompanied by a responsible person aged 18 or over at all times.
Inventive, great views, easy to understand information, friendly and knowledgeable staff. North Berwick is one of Scotland's finest small towns.