The Glen Nevis Visitor Centre is situated 1.5 miles up the glen, and provides information on walking, weather forecasts, and specific advice on climbing Ben Nevis.
The Orkney Explorer Pass covers all Historic Environment Scotland sites in Orkney, including Maeshowe, Skara Brae, the Broch of Gurness, the Brough of Birsay, the Bishop’s Palace and Earl’s Palace in Kirkwall and th…
There's a free audiovisual display here that provides an upbeat introduction to the island. It's in Rothesay’s restored Winter Gardens building – once an entertainment venue and still serving as a cinema.
Next to the main seafront car park, this tour booking office has tourist information on Skye and the Lochalsh region. Next to it is one of Scotland’s most lavishly decorated public toilets.
This locally run tourist office at the John O'Groats car park is helpful and, as well as information and souvenirs, has a fine selection of local novels and nonfiction titles.
Follow Junction Rd south out of Kirkwall and you'll see this hospital on your right. The Orkney Hospital will replace it from mid-2019.
The grocery store and post office above the pier serve as an information centre. You can hire bikes next door, at Eigg Adventures.
This community-run information office is located in the wooden Gale Centre, on the road through town. It has good walking pamphlets; there's also a cafe here.
Offers information on wildlife, geology and walks in the area, and sells walking maps. You can buy food here for a nearby red deer herd.
One of the nation's best tourist offices. The staff will bend over backwards to find you accommodation if things look full up.