Things To Do
- Corporate Events
- Explore John O’Groats
- Caithness Seacoast Ltd
- Coastal Walk
- Guided Walks
- Orkney Trips
- The Bumble Bee Project
- The Gallery at John O’Groats
- Camping & Caravaning
- Hotels and B&B’s
- Natural Retreats
- Self-Catering Caravan in John O’Groats
- John O’Groats Ferry
- Stacks Coffee House and Bistro
Countryside Ranger Services
If you want to know about the wildlife of the Caithness area and where to go to see it, then visit the Dunnet Bay Natural History Display. There is plenty hands-on material for children to enjoy; a good collection of sea birds, mammals and whale skulls and information on the seashore and other habitats in the county.
The Highland Council Ranger Service (North Caithness) use this as their base and provide a programme of guided walks and events. From the car park enjoy Dunnet Beach. You can walk for miles or simply wander at a more leisurely pace.
Opening hours Every afternoon 2-5 pm. (Apart from Saturdays). May to September.
(On occasions the rangers are working elsewhere with schools and the display might be closed.)
The display is upstairs and there is no lift.
There are public toilets downstairs. Admission free.
Contact: 01847 821531