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#4 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
A warm well stocked restaurant offered the perfect pit stop to refuel and re-arm babies and there is a great exhibition for kids, with various learning activities including many opportunities for competitive paren...
HOWEVER, loads to see and do in the various hangars, great interpretation boards & interactive, creative, & child friendly gadgets, simulators & learning things for children; my 7-yr old grandson had an amazing time.
#2 of 5 things to do in Dirleton
I lived in Edinburgh 10 years ago yellowcraig what's the place You Escape 2 it's beautiful loads of walks rocks great place for children rock pools which are beautiful you also must go to Dunbar and North Berwick...
It usually gets busy all year round with families, dog walkers and groups but it is lovely and there's usually enough space for everyone.
#41 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
This is an easy climb for families with great views over North Berwick and the Firth of Forth.
Perfect for young children, and the views make the trip well worth it.
#7 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
This centre is a fantastic educational centre offering interactive live cameras onto the Bird islands in the bay, boat tours, educational film sessions,many interactive displays,an outside viewing deck, kids educa...
The exhibition downstairs is really great for kids in particular, lots of telescopes and CCTV on Bass Rock that you can move and zoom in on nesting birds see if you can spot any chicks!
#6 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
Weather wasnt ideal, but still awesome definitely worth a visit great for kids
Worth the car park price (still "less than a pint") for this glorious sandy beach popular with coastal walkers & families.
Dirleton Castle Dirleton
#1 of 5 things to do in Dirleton
... of Dirleton, lovely grounds to relax in and the castle itself has lots to see and do, lots of little rooms to explore and the kids loved it, well worth the £5 entry fee, we'll definitely be back here soon.
There is something for everyone, the castle that the kids love the beautiful peaceful gardens for all lovely grounds to stroll around, plenty of benches to sit rest and relax.
#2 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
The friendly welcome from the chap in the ticket office was the start of a brilliant and most enthralling visit to such a stunning castle ruin with an incredible family history.
Thoroughly recommended for everybody...families with young children as well as adults.The children will be blown away by the giddy heights of the upper turrets.
#42 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
Now the shop - well it showcases local crafts, artwork, handbags, scarves, brooches and gifts etc It’s my number one place to visit for that special gift for friends & family & myself!!
You can take your four legged friends, children and well behaved partners in for a treat and you won’t be disappointed.
#44 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
A magical day and we will definitely be back and recommend them to our friends and family.
Guides were fantastic and managed to take care of mixed groups of riders - in 2 of my rides there were total beginners or kids in the groups.
#3 of 5 things to do in Dirleton
the Fairy trail is enchanting and such fun for adults and children, solving the clues!! the willow trail very clever we then ended our day with refreshments and delicious cakes,
We finished the trip with a little walk out in the fairy trail, which although is probably enjoyed most by kids, we though it was great too!
#13 of 39 things to do in North Berwick
It's free to enter to have a look round and at the bar is a little cafe with a bit of a play area for kids with a few toys.
A lot for children to do as well with plenty of interactive exhibits.
Foxlake Adventures Dunbar 6.8 mi away
#23 of 22 things to do in Dunbar
The instructors were knowledgeable and really enthusiastic with the kids (special thanks to Sarah), plenty of wetsuits and shoes available (for all sizes) helmets and buoyancy aids.
Just returned from a really well organised & fun packed afternoon at foxlake with 7 children.A tasty hot lunch at the Boardside Cafe before a 50 minute session on The Foxfall ,followed by a session on the Big ringo.
East Links Family Park Dunbar 7.2 mi away
#4 of 22 things to do in Dunbar
Great range of things to do, eg, trampolines, various bikes and go carts to ride for adults and children, train ride, lots of farm animals to see, massive fort structure to climb and explore, with huge chutes to s...
Fantastic day out with hundreds to do for all ages, we visited with two kids aged 3 and 7, the both had a ball, in particular they loved the outside fort play area, the train and the cycles which you could use for...
Gullane Beach Gullane 4.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Gullane
very nice beach , child and dog-friendly , spacious with ample parking - It has a long coastal beach edged with large sand dunes - perfect for hiding away and having a quiet picnic
Lots of interesting rocky outcrops and long stretch of sandy beach makes for great exploring for the adults and kids.
Hailes Castle East Linton 6.1 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in East Linton
My daughter loved exploring all the nooks and crannies and it's wonderful to find something free that the kids enjoy in the holidays!
Kids can explore the castle with lots of information boards giving the history of the castle.
Preston Mill & Phantassie Doocot Mill East Linton 5.3 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in East Linton
Apart from a very interesting and entertaining tour of 30-45 minutes there are informative story boards, a few hands on things for kids and a pleasant small shop and refreshments available.
The whole place was brought to life by the young guide who took great trouble to answer any questions we had and especially took the trouble to keep two small children entertained.
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