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Glencoe Visitor Centre & Ranger Service. The National Trust for Scotland has cared for Glencoe & Dalness since 1935. We work to maintain footpaths, look after the fragile biodiversity and keep the landscape as precious and wild as it was when it...more
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Signage was very poor and we had to turn around to see the access. This is not how we remember the Glen Coe visitor Centre from a previous visit some years ago. Disabled parking cost us £3 and the first thing you see when you...More
Nearly drove passed it, very poor signage. Just wanted information leaflets. They did not have any left ! Staff ignored us as they were chatting ! Car park £3 so glad i just ran in and out again so avoided the charge. Not worth the...More
This is a beautifully designed, modern facility run by the National Trust for Scotland, built to fit discreetly into this natural beauty spot, providing lots of different interesting features, including:
- a fabulous viewing platform across Glencoe that makes a stunning backdrop for photos
We‘ve booked the tour, because our walking conditions are not at it‘s best and the weather wasn‘t good at all during our stay in the Western Highlands.
We hoped to see - unless the weather- some nice spots to see the incredible scenery with perhaps...More
I recently was here with my group of 38 high school students and adults. The centre was great. We took a little hike, got a great history lesson, had a delicious lunch and was able to shop a little. The Rangers were very knowledgeable and...More
I didn't pay to go into the museum. Instead, I wanted to use my time in Glencoe to take a walk/hike. I asked the person at the desk to recommend a walk within my parameters (not too hard and something that could be done within...More