Plan your visit
Covid-19 update: Feeding sessions are now running Thursday - Sunday each week starting at 1pm. There is no need to book but places are limited to allow for social distancing measures and will be issued on a first come first serve basis. We recommend arriving at 12.45pm.
At present we can only take cash payment for tickets so please bring this with you as well as appropriate clothing for being outdoors.
The Visitor Centre is currently closed. Toilets are open during the feeding sessions but closed at all other times.
- Free entrance to RSPB members
Free entrance for under 5s
- Free entrance for carers
- Other discounts
Family ticket (2 adults and children) - £12 / RSPB members family ticket - £10
Concession rate (RSPB members, students, Brahan Estate Holiday let residents) - £3
Visitor centre is closed
How to get here
The nearest station is in Dingwall, 4.5 miles (7.25 km) away. By car, take the road from Dingwall to the A835. Turn right at the roundabout for Ullapool. Take the second right turn after the roundabout (signposted Tollie Red Kites). Directly after Keithtown, turn left and follow the track for half a mile to the centre.
Buses run from Dingwall to Maryburgh. From Maryburgh it's a walk of 2.5 miles (4 km) to Tollie.
National Route 1 passes through Maryburgh.
We're 15 miles north-west of Inverness, just off the main road to Ullapool (A835) between Maryburgh and Contin. Take the second right turn after the Maryburgh roundabout (signposted Tollie Red Kites). Directly after Keithtown, turn left and follow the track for half a mile to the centre.
Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions.
Group booking information
Places at feeding events are limited to allow for social distancing and allocated on a first come first serve basis. If you intend to bring a group larger than 10 people please contact us beforehand on email@example.com.
Please follow the latest Scottish Government COVID-19 restrictions on group sizes.