Lots to see and do in North Berwick
East Lothian is known as Edinburgh’s coast and countryside: there are beautiful beaches, inspiring historical buildings, award-winning attractions plus some of the best golf courses around.
As one of Scotland’s best coastal resorts, North Berwick has an excellent range of accommodation, restaurants and things to do. Not to be missed is the Costal Communities Museum.
For all the insider knowledge on what’s going on, where to visit and stay, see the excellent Visit East Lothian and North Berwick websites.
East Lothian is the birthplace of John Muir, the father of modern conservation, and North Berwick forms part of the John Muir Way.
The John Muir Way stretches for 134 miles between Helensburgh on the River Clyde in the west through Scotland’s heartland to Dunbar on the east coast. The route explores quiet canals, breath taking beaches, gentle hills and tranquil woods. It is an historical journey taking you to palaces, castles and the World Heritage Site at the ancient Roman remains of the Antonine Wall, which was once the north-western frontier of the Roman Empire. For more information visit CLICK HERE.
Beach Wheelchairs is a charity that loans specially-designed wheelchairs to people with physical disabilities. These wheelchairs mean that people can get onto the sand at the beach and be included in activities with their family and friends - something that is nearly impossible in a standard wheelchair.
Beach Wheelchairs has a child's beach wheelchair with a full range of supports, two adults' beach wheelchairs and a beach walker available for loan. The wheelchairs are loaned from the Beach Hut, in North Berwick Harbour by a great team of volunteers.
To book please phone 0300 111 2112.