The Braeloine Visitor Centre at Glen Tanar features car parking and visitor facilities, including a permanent exhibition explaining the history, management and wildlife of the Estate.
The Centre is manned by a full-time countryside Ranger Service which provides help with outdoor education and environmental activities. They offer advice which can help you make the most of exploring the area and are happy to provide you with information on wildlife, flora and fauna. Visits by educational groups are always welcome.
The centre is open - 10 am to 5 pm (except Tuesdays) April ¿ September - 10 am to 5 pm (except Tuesdays and Wednesdays) October ¿ March
Tel: 013398 86072
The visitor centre is a one storey building with 2 rooms and linking hallways. The entrance is via 2 steps from gravel surface, the door is a split `French door' arrangement, 1m wide in total with a wooden lip 0.4m high. The back door is 0.9m wide and has one small step plus wooden door lip. There are no internal doors and the narrowest space within the visitor centre is 0.8m wide.
Displays are mounted on a continuous notice board/display panel with good sight lines. Touch tables are at 0.6m and the leaflet dispensers are both at accessible height.
There are toilets by the visitor centre.
One of the visitor centre toilets is adapted for wheelchair users with a 0.88m wide door.
There are picnic benches next to the visitor centre.
There are 3 park bench type seats at the visitor centre, 1 seat on a cobbled area, 2 by visitor centre door on gravel set at 400mm above ground. There are also 4 seats at the church. There are fallen logs placed at points on all the trails to be used as resting places.