Where is SCENE?

Where is SCENE?

The Scottish Centre for Ecology and the Natural Environment is located on the tranquil east shore of Loch Lomond, in west Scotland at the southern edge of the Scottish Highlands. To find out more about the amazing variety of habitats locally view our SCENE habitats page.

Surrounded by some of the most spectacular landscapes in the UK, SCENE is at the centre of Scotland's first National Park and is situated in a National Scenic Area. Despite its apparent isolation, SCENE is easily reached from Scotland's major centres of population.

Location

Location

The Scottish Centre for Ecology and the Natural Environment is on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond in west central Scotland (56.13o N, 4.13o W). Within 1 hour of the international airports of Glasgow and Edinburgh, the city centres of Stirling (45 mins), Glasgow (50 mins) and Edinburgh (80 mins) are all a short drive away.

How to get there

Flying:

The international airports of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Prestwick have scheduled domestic and international flights.

By car:

From the south via Glasgow M8 (Erskine Bridge), A82, A811, B837

From the north via Stirling A9, A811, B837