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Opening Hours and Facilities
2005/06 Opening Hours
1st Mar–31st Mar 7 days 10am–4pm
Special Opening Hours
Fort William Film Festival
10th-18th Feb 2006
Visitor Centre Open daily 10am-4pm
(see events page for special events)
2006/07 Opening Hours
1st Mar-31st Mar 7 days 10am-4pm
1st April-31st Aug 7 days 9.30am-5.30pm
1st Sept-31st Oct 7 days 10am-5pm
1st Nov-28th Feb 2007 4 days (Thurs-Sun)
With exciting interactive displays and activities for both adults and children. ‘Living on The Edge’ explores the landscape, wildlife and history of Glencoe. Find out what it feels like to climb on ice, discover how the glen was formed, and try your hand at problem solving the conservation issues faced by The Trust. Follow the history of the famous massacre of Glencoe with a 15minute video presentation. Additional audio historical information in 6 languages, another two video presentations, plus a free activity book for children is all part of a fun visit!
Our self-service café offers a range of homemade soup and sandwiches – all made daily. Enjoy some superb home baking with a range of cakes, tray bakes and our very own secret recipe shortbread, which melts in the mouth. Try our locally produced venison burgers or our popular bacon chiabatta. All very reasonable priced there is something for any time of the day. If you don’t want to sit in, just say so and we will wrap your food to go!
With a growing range of local products, our shop offers quality products, with something for everyone. Good range of children’s gifts, games and pocket money toys. Food & confectionery, toiletries, books, CD’s, DVD’s. and much much more.
Going for a walk and not sure where to go, then pop in to our Outlook Station situated at the back of the shop, for friendly advise from the Rangers Service. Get the latest weather forecast from our touch screen displays, or buy the map you need for your walk in the hills. You can also find out about the local accommodation and other places of interest to visit in the area.
See the surrounding hills up close through our telescope. Look out for the local wildlife; you might even see one of our Highland Cattle up close.