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Water of Leith Visitor Centre
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Wherever you choose to enter/exit the Water of Leith Walkway, so much to see. The path passes the Union Canal, the Gallery of Modern Art, Dean Village, St Bernards well, the heart of Stockbridge and the Royal Botanic Garden, before reaching the Leith waterfront. Pick up a Walkway Guide from the Visitor Centre or download it from their webpage. WATER OF LEITH VISITOR CENTRE. Unique & Environmental themed. Birthday Parties. for 5 to 10 year olds. Book a birthday party at the Water of Leith Visitor Centre and receive a fun filled celebration. Choose from a variety of environmental themes and activities while helping to conserve Edinburgh’s hidden river and its wildlife.
Water of Leith Summer of Heritage Adventurous family events suitable for all. Meet at the Water of Leith Visitor Centre. £5 per participant / £15 per family group (up to 4), children 2 and under free. Booking essential! Call/email and we will reserve you a starting time to suit you will be allocated a start time to suit. Name Location County Summary Ainsdale Discovery Centre: Ainsdale: Merseyside: information, headquarters for the Sefton Coast and Countryside Service, education and programs about the hectares Ainsdale and Birkdale Sandhills Local Nature Reserve: Attenborough Nature Centre: Attenborough: Nottinghamshire: Operated by the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, includes visitor centre.
The walkway starts just before Balerno High school and takes in the fabulous Colinton tunnel and Water of Leith Visitor Centre will be at the end of your walk open 11 to 3 for refreshments. Perfect!! @on_lothianbuses route 44 connects both 😀 See More. I met with Anna at the Water of Leith Conservation Trust’s visitor centre – a brilliantly renovated schoolhouse in Slateford 4 miles west of the city centre on the A She has been delivering foraging courses for a number of years and knows a huge amount about wild herbs and fruits – precious, rare knowledge in this ready meal world.
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The Water of Leith Visitor Centre is situated in a renovated schoolhouse by the Water of Leith. It combines a free exhibition together with a cafe selling teas, coffees and snacks. There's also a gift shop selling books and souvenirs.
The Centre is accessible to wheel-chairs throughout and caters well for families with young children. There is also a cafe selling teas, coffees and snacks, and a gift shop too, selling books and souvenirs. The Centre is accessible to wheel-chairs throughout and caters well for families with young children.
Water of Leith Visitor Centre 24 Lanark Road Edinburgh EH14 1TQ. Website. A visitor centre is open to the public where the Union Canal passes over the Water of Leith via the Slateford Aqueduct at Slateford, in south-west Edinburgh.
The Water of Leith Conservation Trust is dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of the river. The Trust provides education programs about the river and the environment. Go to the Water Of Leith Visitor Centre, situated about half way along the walkway, between Colinton and Slateford.
This houses a free interactive exhibition examining the heritage of the river and its wildlife. There is a cafe serving tea, coffee and refreshments and a gift shop selling books and souvenirs.
Address: Water of Leith Visitor Centre, 24 Lanark Road Edinburgh EH14 1TQ Telephone: Fax: Email: [email protected] The Water of Leith Visitor Centre is situated in a renovated schoolhouse by the Water of Leith at Lanark Road in Slateford, easily accessible 4 miles west of Edinburgh City Centre on the A We are opposite The Blue Goose Public House (formerly The Dell Inn).
Bus numbers 34 and 44 stop outside the Centre. Visit us at the Water of Leith Visitor Centre, 24 Lanark Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1TQ. Open Daily am to pm. Lothian buses 44 & 34 stop outside the Visitor Centre and Slateford Station is just minutes away. All Programmes can also be tailor made to suit your class activities.
For more details, or to book a Programme, please contact us. Leith is the old maritime centre of Edinburgh. Its shipping heyday is behind it now, but the popular dockside restaurants, bars and shops have a unique charm and make Leith a vibrant place to hang out.
Sunshine on Leith – it certainly does. Moovit helps you find alternative routes or times. Get directions from and directions to Water Of Leith Visitor Centre easily from the Moovit App or Website.
We make riding to Water Of Leith Visitor Centre easy, which is why over million users, including users in. The Water of Leith Walkway is a public footpath and cycleway that runs alongside the small river of the same name for 12¾ miles, from Balerno to Leith.
This gorgeous green corridor is the perfect place to escape Auld Reekie’s hustle and bustle and get back to nature.
We recommend booking Water of Leith Walkway tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund.
See all 3 Water of Leith Walkway tours on Tripadvisor/ TripAdvisor reviews. 2 reviews of Water of Leith Visitors Centre "Good stop for coffee & tea and a nibble (biscuits & cakes). Also has toilets too and disabeld access.
Wee exhibit on how the water of leith works and the history. Plus you can buy books, cards and /5(2). Water of Leith Visitor My Searches (0) My Cart Added To Cart Check Out.
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Book your tickets online for Water of Leith Walkway, Edinburgh: See reviews, articles, and photos of Water of Leith Walkway, ranked No on Tripadvisor among attractions in Edinburgh/ TripAdvisor reviews. Water of Leith Visitor Centre is located in Kingsknowe. You can easily spend a leisurely day seeing the sights and exploring what this neighborhood has to offer.
If you're looking for things to do in the area, you might want to stop in and see Edinburgh Zoo and Edinburgh Castle. The Water of Leith is perhaps more a green corridor than a park, although it is designated an Urban Wildlife Site.
The waterway snakes through the city from the foot of the Pentlands to Leith docks, providing a haven for birds (as much as 80 different species), wildlife, and a peaceful, semi-rural route for pedestrians, cyclists, joggers and pram-pushers.
Water of Leith Visitor Centre. likes 9 talking about this 1, were here. Explore Edinburgh’s hidden natural asset – the Water of Leith. Visit our fantastic FREE interactive exhibition on. Visitor centre run by the Water of Leith Conservation Trust. The free interactive exhibition at the Visitor Centre offers a tour of Water of Leith, the river's wildlife and heritage, as well as an opportunity for kids to get their hands wet.
The visitor centre has a small cafe, gift shop and conference room for hire. Leith (/ l iː θ /; Scottish Gaelic: Lìte) is a port area in the north of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, at the mouth of the Water of Leith.
The earliest surviving historical references are in the royal charter authorising the construction of Holyrood Abbey in The medieval settlements of Leith had grown into a burgh byand the burgh was merged into Edinburgh in. Buy Water of Leith 1st by Jamieson, Stanley (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. The Centre is conveniently located by bus routes and the Union Canal. It provides a welcome place to rest while walking by the Water of Leith. It serves teas and coffee and cakes, but not hot food or sandwiches.
There is also a display room TripAdvisor reviews.Water of Leith Visitor Centre hosted my son’s birthday party.
Everyone had a great time, the staff were lovely with the children. The centre itself is entertaining with the interactive water features and boat building in the class room.