Inchcolm Abbey and Island

David I established a priory here which became an abbey in 1235. The island is famed for its wildlife and coastal defences from the two World Wars. From May to August, access to parts of the island may be reduced due to the behaviour of nesting gulls trying to protect their young.

Opening Hours (Summer): 
Spring/Summer: 9.30am-5.30pm (7days)
Opening Hours (Winter): 
Autumn/Winter: See Website