On our stop here we got the train across the river over the forth rail bridge to North Queensferry and walked down to Deep Sea World (my daughters love aquariums). We didn’t go to Edinburgh, as we have been there many times before. Mainly for Rugby at Murrayfield (stadium tours are available if you like that sort of thing). There is lots to potentially do from this port. Get the train into Edinburgh, an amazing city, u can walk around yourself, get on the hop on hop off buses, go see the castle, princess gardens & so much more. Go north over the river into fife & see the country a little. Go west and see ‘The Kelpies’ at Grangemouth, or Falkirk Wheel. All of these areas are fairly easily accessible from here as well as from the port at Greenock. Whatever you do, enjoy!
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There is a gift shop at the pier dedicated to rescuers. Visit it!
Visited: Aug 05, 2018
We did Edinburgh on our own and had a really great time.
Visited: Jul 24, 2018
Don’t miss this port. Be sure to see the Royal Yacht Britanica.. Allow at least two hours it’s worth the time.
Visited: May 01, 2018
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