North Berwick is one of Scotland's best coastal resorts with beautiful golden beaches and a vibrant town centre offering boutiques and art galleries, complemented by delicious local produce and the finest wines and spirits.
We are the home of the award winning Scottish Seabird Centre and National Museum of Flight, and lie between the impressive ruins of both Tantallon and Dirleton Castles. Further afield we have John Muir's Birthplace, Musselburgh Racecourse, The Saltire Centre, Myreton Motor Museum, Raceland and Glenkinchie Distillery – ensuring there is an activity for everyone, come rain or shine.
To the north lies the Firth of Forth, home to a range of amazing wildlife including seabirds such as gannets, puffins, guillemots, shags and kittiwakes together with seals and dolphins – wildlife cruises sail from our local harbour. The Bass Rock has been described by Sir David Attenborough as 'one of the 12 wildlife wonders of the world.'
Our town has a long and interesting history and whether you choose to visit one of our castles or the Saltire Centre you won't be disappointed.
If you like to get active North Berwick has plenty to offer with scenic walks and great cycle routes, not to mention three golf courses which offer enjoyable, if sometimes challenging, rounds for golfers of all abilities.
And what better way to relax after enjoying all that Berwick has to offer, than to sample a great pint of local ale in Berwick’s oldest and most authentic Scottish pub…The Auld Hoose.