Accessibility Guide

Please find the latest version of our accessibility guide here.

The interactive exhibition, shop and café are fully accessible to wheelchair users and those with low mobility. There is no easy access to the beach, which is made up of shingle and is therefore difficult to walk on. However, there is a small hill up to a grassy area that is ideal for dolphin watching which may be a good alternative for those who cannot access the beach.

The Icehouse has cobbled flooring, low beams and low lighting and can be difficult for those with low mobility. There are mats on the floor to make it more even and the Dry Dive has a wooden walkway. Please contact us for more information on 01343 820339 or [email protected]. We would be happy to show any visitor in the Icehouse before a tour if they wanted to assess the accessibility for themselves or others in their group.

Upcoming Events

Marine Litter in the Moray Firth – An educational documentary

Date: 4th April 2023
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Come along to learn all about how litter effects the marine environment with the Moray Firth Costal Partnership’s short film. The session will include a Q&A session with Drew Ferguson, the film-maker and their Marine Conservation and Engagement Co-Ordinator, as well as one of the participants of the film, Catherine Gemmell-Simpson from the Marine Conservation

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