Even though winter is still very much happening (I type this as Storm Ciara approaches), the Montrose Basin Visitor Centre’s ‘winter hours’ are coming to an end – today! From February 10th onwards, the centre will go back to being open daily, 10:30am-5pm. We’re all very excited to see what this new season will bring.
There are even a couple of extra reasons to celebrate this year: 2020 is VisitScotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters (which means we’ll have even more events centred around our beautiful Angus coasts), and in June, the visitor centre will be turning 25!
The centre opened on June 27th 1995, so 2020 is our silver anniversary year. Keep an eye on our social media pages and blog posts for some interesting historic facts and stories from over the years.
Our 2020 programme of events is just on the horizon, and we’ve even got some of them published on the events page already. Our first event of the year is an evening talk from our local Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels Conservation officer. It’s free, so book your place here before the spaces fill up!
We’re looking forward to welcoming in new and regular visitors this coming season! Kingfisher sightings are still daily, so pop in any day of the week to have a go at spotting one.
Visitor Centre Assistant Manager
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Even though winter is still very much happening (I type this as Storm Ciara approaches), the Montrose Basin Visitor Centre’s ‘winter hours’ are coming to an end – today! From …