Findhorn Ice House & Heritage Centre
Come and explore the underground chambers where ice was used to pack the fresh salmon en route to London. Find out where the ice came from in the 19th Century prior to the invention of refrigerators, and learn more from our various displays about the salmon fishing industry in the village. The Heritage Centre hosts a collection of memorabilia and photographs telling the history and past times of Findhorn Village. A display of WW2 artefacts found by a metal detectorist near the back shore relate to the D-day practice landings in 1943 and 1944 along the Moray Coast Beaches. There is a regularly updated sightings board listing what birds to look out for around the Bay.
There is no requirement to pre-book and volunteers will be on hand to answer any of your questions.
Where to find us
- 2A Findhorn
- IV36 3YE
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