Learn all about Glencoe's remarkable history, landscape and wildlife in the National Trust for Scotland's Visitor Centre.
Surrounded by towering mountains, Glencoe is one of Scotland's most spectacular places and provides outstanding opportunities for walking and climbing. Enjoy Living on the Edge, an interactive exhibition exploring the landscape, wildlife and history of this special place. Find out what it feels like to climb on ice; discover how the glen was formed; and try your hand at solving the conservation problems faced by the Trust. Enjoy three different audiovisual presentations and many historic displays. Children will enjoy their complementary activities book, with a range of puzzles and activities relating to Glencoe.
Glencoe is steeped in history and ready to explore. There are three walking trails around the visitor centre, one of which leads to one of the locations of the infamous massacre of 1692. There is also some of the finest climbing and walking country in the Highlands to be found in this area of dramatic landscapes and historical significance.
After all the exploration, relax in the cafe and sample delicious home baking, wander the exhibition area or browse the shop for a wide range of gifts and treats.
Glencoe Visitor Centre Ranger Service also offers a range of events throughout the season, including Land Rover safaris, guided walks and children's events. Please see our website for more details.