Lybster Harbour Visitor Centre

Highland | Lybster | Museum | ★★

[Lybster harbour - Waterlines is just out of shot to the right]

Lybster used to be one of Scotland's largest herring ports, although you'd never guess from the size of the small village set on the hill away from the coast. But you can learn about all this at the small heritage centre at the bottom of the road down to the picturesque harbour. Worth a short stop for coffee, cakes and its heritage displays on a wet day, or to break up a long journey north.

[Waterfall on Reisgill Burn, seen from the road down to the harbour]

Location & info

📌 Lybster Harbour Visitor Centre ★★
At the harbour, end of Shore Road, half a mile south of Lybster village centre, G.R.: ND 244348 ///rivers.lifeboats.mugs
Open daily, early May to September | Free

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