The Scottish Seabird Centre is hosting a series of family-friendly events.

The North Berwick-based attraction boasts a marine-themed festive trail, a free exhibition about one of Scotland’s rarest birds, and is showing classic movies in the theatre.

Mal Watson, discovery experience manager at the centre, said: “We’re thrilled to host RSPB’s Operation Broken Feather exhibition over the winter.

“We’re also excited to be showing festive family films in our theatre over the school holidays.

“Our friendly team will be on hand to talk visitors through all our marine-themed festive trails, interactive exhibits and games.”

The exhibition is open daily until January 22 and is free to enter but donations are encouraged.

Entry to the festive films is £6.50 per person, including popcorn and a bag of crisps.

The Muppet Christmas Carol takes the spotlight on Monday at 2pm before Home Alone is shown at 2pm on Tuesday.

On Saturday, January 14, at 2pm, there will be a free talk in the discovery experience theatre about the RSPB’s Corncrake conservation project – Corncrake Calling. Tickets are free but must be booked online or at the information desk.

For more information or to book, visit