Tourist Information in Glen Nevis

Glen Nevis Visitor Centre

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.

Tourist Information in Burnham Deepdale

Tourist Office

Run by the Deepdale Farm campsite and hostel, staff here are happy to help with information on sights, walking routes, nature rambles and activities.

Interpretation Centre in Cley-next-the-Sea

Visitor Centre

Seats and telescopes line up beside vast picture windows with panoramic views of the bird reserve. There's a cafe too.

Tourist Information in Galloway Forest Park

Clatteringshaws Visitor Centre

On Clatteringshaws Loch's shore, 6 miles west of New Galloway, this is basically a cafe but has the odd display panel. From here you can walk to a replica of a Romano-British homestead (0.5 miles), and to Bruce's...

Tourist Information in Elan Valley

Elan Valley Visitor Centre

The visitor centre houses a new exhibit on the Water Scheme (complete with photos of houses being inundated), native wildlife and local history. It also provides leaflets on the estate's 80 miles of nature trails...

Tourist Information in Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa)

Hafod Eryri

Clad in granite and curved to blend into the mountain, Hafod Eryri houses a cafe, toilets and ambient interpretive elements built into the structure itself. A wall of picture windows gazes down towards the west,...

Tourist Information in Orkney

Orkney Explorer Pass

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...

Tourist Information in North London

King's Cross Visitor Centre

This exceptionally helpful tourist office should be your first port of call if the redevelopment of King's Cross has piqued your curiosity. It not only has a wealth of information (including excellent maps), but...

Tourist Information in Scotland

Historic Environment Scotland

Cares for hundreds of sites of historical importance. Membership gives free entry to HES sites (and half-price entry to sites in England and Wales). Also offers a short-term Explorer Pass (three days out of five...

Tourist Information in London

Historic Royal Palaces

If you're a royalty or palace buff, taking out an annual membership allows you to jump the queues and visit the Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Banqueting House, Kew Palace and Hampton Court Palace as often...

Tourist Information in Brecon Beacons National Park

National Park Visitor Centre

This information kiosk has details of walks, hiking and biking trails, outdoor activities, wildlife and geology. There's also a cafe. It's located off the A470, 4 miles southwest of Brecon and 15 miles north of...

Tourist Information in Peak District

Peak District National Park Authority

The Peak District National Park Authority operates cycle-hire centres at Ashbourne, Derwent Reservoirs and Parsley Hay. You can hire a bike from one location and drop it off at another for no extra charge.

Tourist Information in Llangollen

Tourist Office

This helpful tourist office doubles as an art-and-craft gallery and is well stocked with maps, books and gifts. Download its Llangollen History Trail brochure, which details a 9.5km walking circuit taking in...

Tourist Information in Fforest Fawr & Black Mountain

Garwnant Visitor Centre

Natural Resources Wales' visitor centre at the head of the Llwyn-on Reservoir is the starting point for a couple of easy forest walks. It also has a cafe (mains £5), a mini mountain-bike course, an adventure-play...

Tourist Information in Fishguard (Abergwaun)

Tourist Office

As well as this helpful tourist office, the Town Hall contains the library (handy for free internet access) and the market hall, which hosts a general market on Thursday and a farmers market on Saturday mornings....

Tourist Information in Margate

Tourist Office

Next to the Turner Contemporary art gallery, the tourist office serves all of Planet Thanet. It hands out The Isle, a glossy magazine crammed with Thanet listings published twice a year and a free quarterly...

Tourist Information in Haworth

Haworth Tourist Office

The tourist office has an excellent supply of information on the village, the surrounding area and, of course, the Brontës. At the time of writing it was expected to be taken over by the Brontë Parsonage Museum...

Library in Titanic Quarter


If you're hoping to track down your ancestors, the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) has its headquarters in Belfast's Titanic Quarter. Entry is free, but there are charges for copies of documents....

Tourist Information in Windermere & Around

Brockhole National Park Visitor Centre

In a 19th-century mansion 3 miles north of Windermere on the A591, this is the Lake District's flagship visitor centre. It also has a cafe, an adventure playground, gardens and kid-friendly activities such as...