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Icehouse at WDC's Scottish Dolphin Centre

After last year’s success, Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s award-winning Scottish Dolphin Centre will be extending opening times for the winter.

Over the festive season the Centre will welcome dog walkers, cyclists, community groups and winter tourists who can now appreciate the beauty of Spey Bay through the cold winter months and keep cosy and warm in the Centre courtesy of its eco-friendly biomass heating.

Visitors will be able to take explore the exhibition areas, buy gifts in the shop stocked full of eco-friendly products and Christmas goodies, and sit by the fire with a mug of hearty soup in the Centre’s welcoming café.

A number of Christmas themed craft workshops and a late night shopping evening will also be taking place, which will include one or two fun craft activities for the wee ones and a mulled wine and a mince pie for the shoppers.

The opening hours for the Scottish Dolphin Centre are:

1st November to mid-December: Open Thur - Mon 10am - 3:30pm. Closed Tue and Wed

Mid-December - mid February: Closed

Mid-February - 31st March: Open Thur - Mon 10am - 3:30pm. Closed Tue and Wed.

 

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