- The walk along the shoreline provides views across the Forth to the Fife coast,and on the distance, North Berwick Law can be seen. A walkway links the foreshore to Cramond Island at low tide. The path along the shore is fringed with sycamores, hawthorn, elder and ash trees.
- History and heritage
- As one of Edinburgh's oldest villages, Cramond has the distinction of having the longest known period of human settlement.
- Public Toilets
- Cramond Glebe Road
Opening times: 10am-6pm.
Baby changing facilities available.
No disabled access.
- Why don't you?
- Keep an eye out for migratory birds visiting our shores in the winter months.
- Living Landscape features
- Floral meadow (annuals)