The Ardnamurchan Natural History Centre, formerly Nadurra, comprises a stylish, eco-friendly shop, cafe and an exhibition centre.
The exhibition centre (the Living Building), built in 1992, with its wooden frame and turf roof, includes a range of exhibits, displays, interactive resources, and audio visual presentations to showcase the landscape, geology, and flora and fauna of the Ardnamurchan area.
There is a bird feeding station and a pond, both of which can be viewed from inside the exhibition building. The pond can be viewed from both above and below the waterline, giving a unique insight into aquatic life.
There are also some observation dens for use and colonisation by local wildlife. If you are very lucky you may see a pine marten.
There is some video footage of a pine marten giving birth to kits, a previous inhabitant of the den.
Other local wildlife on the Ardnamurchan peninsulas, Sunart and Moidart is recorded on a sightings board.
There is also a gift and bookshop shop (Antler Gift Shop) selling gifts, prints, toiletries, maps, books, CDs and DVDs.
The Lochview Tearoom serves light lunches, afternoon tea, hot and cold beverages and a selection of cakes and scones. There are also picnic benches and interpretation boards outside.
A great place to stop on your way to Ardnamurchan Point.
Closed on Saturdays.
Please check the Ardnamurchan Natural History Visitor Centre website for opening times and further information.