Attractions at Pease Bay

Fun days out for the whole family

Days out and attractions in Berwickshire

Close to Cockburnspath you can find so many attractions and days out for all the family to enjoy. From brewery tours to family farms take a look at just some of the days out you can enjoy during your time at Pease Bay.


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Pease Bay Leisure Park
TD13 5YP

01368 830 206

Season open:
1 March–31 January

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East Links Family Park

Fun for all the family

Just up the road from Pease Bay you’ll find an attraction like no other. East Links Family Park provides entertainment for all, with animals, soft play, trampolines, climbing frames and go karts, plus more! With a whole day of fun you will not be disappointed with this attraction.

Guests and owners at Pease Bay can take advantage of a 20% discount off standard prices with a discount voucher available from Reception.

Take a trip to East Links Family Park

John Muir's Birthplace

Learn about the famous John Muir

The birthplace of John Muir, the famous conservationist and environmental philosopher, this museum in Dunbar is the perfect way to learn more about a man who has inspired millions of people across the world. You can learn all about his adventures and travels all over the globe, read extracts from his journals and view his sketches.

John Muir's Birthplace attraction near Pease Bay

Eyemouth Museum

A history of fishing

Eyemouth has been a fishing port since the 13th century and some 80 boats regularly fish out of it. The bustling harbour area goes to show how important fishing still is to the town and it’s a must visit location for many holidaying in the area. Eyemouth Museum documents the history of fishing and the social heritage of the town.

Learn about the history of fishing at Eyemouth Museum

Belhaven Brewery

Enjoy a tipple

The self-proclaimed home of Scottish Brewing, Belhaven Brewery is Scotland’s oldest working brewery and offers tours where you can find out all about its history and the beers that have been brewed there since its establishment in 1719. Tours run every day and the brewery is just a short distance from Pease Bay, in nearby Dunbar.

Belhaven Brewery, Scotland’s oldest working brewery offering tours

John Muir Country Park

Take in the spectacular sights

Named after Dunbar born conservationist and environmental philosopher John Muir, John Muir Country Park covers some of the most spectacular East Lothian coastline. Spanning from the remnants of Dunbar Castle – one of Scotland’s strongest fortresses – to the Peffer Burn 3.5 miles away, it provides an incredible spot to take in the sights of the East Lothian coast, including Bass Rock and the River Tyne estuary.

John Muir Country Park walk. Belhaven Bay and Bass Rock

Paxton House

Paxton House lies at the heart of 80 acres of woodland, parkland and gardens and offers a fantastic selection of walks, wildlife and scenery. Overlooking the majestic River Tweed, the house grounds feature a large variety of riverside walks, trails, and outdoor attractions for visitors.

Enjoy a countryside stroll overlooking the River Tweed at Paxton House near Thurston Manor

Bamburgh Castle

You can learn all about the history of the area, Bamburgh Castle and its inhabitants in the fourteen public areas. There are over 3,000 items including arms, armour, glass, china, furniture and artwork to view. Bamburgh Castle offers an extensive programme of events throughout the year, featuring woodworking lessons, reenactments and theatre shows.

Guests and owners at Pease Bay can take advantage of a 10% - 20% discount by showing their key card (guests) or loyalty card (owners).

Bamburgh in Northumberland

Alnwick Castle

With links to Harry Potter, Alnwick Castle has a range of fantastic activities offering magical fun for all the family. The Medieval Castle, with a dramatic and intriguing history, is home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland and also offers tours, exhibitions and State Rooms for you to enjoy. A huge programme of events runs throughout the Castle’s seven month season with outdoor cinema experiences, wizarding weekends and music concerts.

Fun for all the family at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland

Ford & Etal Estates

One destination, over 20 attractions

There is something for everyone at Ford & Etal Estates. With so much to see and do, you can easily spend a day, or more, at Ford & Etal. From a working corn mill to the steam railway, and the ‘old school’ in Ford to the Heavy Horse Centre, no matter what your age or interest your day out will be filled with fun!

Guests and owners at Pease Bay can take advantage of a 15% discount on entry to Heatherslaw Cornmill and Lady Waterford Hall by showing their key card (holiday guests) or rewards card (owners).

Something for everyone at Ford & Etal Estates near Riverside

Scottish Seabird Centre

Visit the Scottish Seabird Centre to discover more about Scotland’s incredible marine wildlife and habitats, brought to life through exhibits, games, 3D films, wildlife trails and virtual reality experiences. Marvel at the gannets, puffins and a whole host of wildlife on the newly upgraded, interactive live cameras in the Discovery Experience. Browse the gift shop for some eco-friendly treats and complete your visit with lunch in the seabird café with incredible views over the Firth of Forth to the Bass Rock. By choosing to visit you are also supporting their charity’s vital marine conservation and education work.

Guests and owners at Pease Bay can take advantage of a 15% discount off entry to the Discovery Centre by using the online discount code VERDANT22 and showing their their key card (guests) or rewards card (owners) on entry.

An award winning family attraction overlooking the sea at North Berwick, Scottish Seabird Centre

The Royal Yacht Britannia

Scotland's Best Attraction (VisitScotland)

The Royal Yacht Britannia was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years, sailing over 1,000,000 miles around the world. Now berthed in Edinburgh, you can follow in the footsteps of Royalty to discover the heart and soul of this most special of Royal residences.


The Royal Yacht Britannia

Eyemouth Art Trail

A permanent local tourist attraction with great family appeal!

With several developments planned over the coming years, including upgraded signage, new exhibitions, Eyemouth Art Festival and new permanent installations, the Art Trail is going to be bigger and better!

Sculpture, decorative follies, beautiful touching monuments, architecture, engravings, paintings, decorative details from real life, historical artefacts, optical illusions and wonderful views, bring the whole family for a fantastic day out!

Family fun day out

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