St Abbs Visitor Centre

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[St Abbs Visitor Centre]

Get to grips with St Abbs' manifold attractions inside the small visitor centre at the entrance to the village. The village hall-turned-museum features everything from seabirds to storm tragedies, the history of the harbour and its lifeboat crew, shoreline flora and fauna and recent sightings - though it's a small space so you probably won't spend a long time here. Indeed, telescopes pointing out of the building's north-facing windows towards the seabirds at St Abb's Head will have you raring to get out and explore the nature reserve on foot.

[Wildlife displays and telescopes pointing towards St Abbs Head]

📌 St Abbs Visitor Centre
Location: St Abbs Road (B6438) at the entrance to St Abbs village, G.R.: NT 919674 ///ages.fishnet.episodes
Open (2019): Daily, (probably) April to October
Cost: Free

[St Abbs Visitor Centre]

[St Abbs Lifeboat]


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