The shop has an extensive selection of gifts including beautiful Scottish ceramics and textiles, hand-made toiletries and the very best in Scottish books and music. There is also a range of pocket-money toys and games for children, mouth-watering produce in the food section and a variety of Scottish wildflower seeds for the green-fingered visitors.
The popular self-service café offers a good selection of homemade soup and sandwiches - all made daily. There is also a delicious range of home baked cakes, tray bakes and shortbread. There is an outdoor seating area too allowing you to take in the views whilst you enjoy a bite to eat. If you don’t want to sit in, just say so and we will wrap your food to go! With free WIFI why not enjoy a coffee whilst you surf the internet. Children’s toys, lunch boxes, colouring sheets and high chairs are available.
Dogs are welcome across the property but, in accordance with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, must be under control at all times. This means either on a lead or returning immediately to the owner's side on command. Guide dogs are welcome within the Glencoe Visitor Centre
The car park is adjacent to the Visitor Centre.
Did You Know?
The Glencoe Visitor Centre won a Green Tourism award for its eco-design – its built using local biodegradable materials and is energy efficient.
The cafe also has free Wi-Fi. Please ask staff for details.
We have listed some of the questions most frequently asked by visitors on our Visitor FAQ page.
With towering mountains sweeping down on both sides, Glencoe is at once spectacularly beautiful and yet strangely forbidding. Glencoe is also the cradle of Scottish mountaineering and the area provides some of the finest climbing and walking in the …