Family friendly free events at the Scottish Seabird Centre over the school holiday week

Details of our October break activities are below, tickets for all these events are free but booking is required as numbers are limited, tickets can be booked via our website here.

LIVE SCIENCE SHOWS: CLIMATE SALE (WHEN IT’S GONE, IT’S GONE!)
This year Professor Egghead will be helping you to save a penny and the planet in this fun and interactive live science show! Can how you spend your pocket money really help combat climate change? Come along and find out – laughs and learning guaranteed!

  • Dates: 16 & 23 October 2021
  • Time: 2pm
  • Location: Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick
  • Recommended ages 6+
  • Book here

Seaside Storytelling
Bring your kids along for an hour of escapism, with a series of wonderful marine-themed stories. Let our Discovery Experience staff transport you to the underwater worlds of a few of our favourite marine-themed short stories.

  • Dates: 17 & 24 October 2021
  • Time: 11.15am
  • Location: Scottish Seabird Centre
  • Recommended ages 3+
  • Book here

What’s for Snack – Puppet Show
Join Craig the crab and friends for a fun interactive puppet show – What’s for Snack?

Craig has eaten some marine litter by mistake and is not feeling very well. He’ll be joined by some of his seaside friends who, along with our audience, will try to help him get rid of his sore tummy.

  • Date: 20 October 2021
  • Time: 11.15am
  • Location: Scottish Seabird Centre
  • Recommended ages 2+
  • Book here

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The Harbour, North Berwick, EH39 4SS

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We are a conservation and education charity inspiring people about wildlife and the natural environment (Scottish charity no SC025837).
Award-winning five star visitor attraction: Discovery Experience, boat trips, Seabird Café and gift shop. Open all year.