How to find us

How to find us

How to find us

Deep Sea World is dramatically situated beneath the world famous Forth Rail Bridge at North Queensferry in Fife.

*New Forth Replacement Crossing* 

Please be aware that the entrance road to North Queensferry has been amended from both North and South directions. The design of the new Ferrytoll junction requires the realignment of the B981 road to North Queensferry.

When travelling North from South across the Forth Road Bridge, please exit at the first junction and follow the diversion to the first roundabout. From here follow all signs to North Queensferry for approximately 1 mile.

Detailed road updates can be found by following the Transport Scotland website link:

http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/road/forth-replacement-crossing/information-road-users

http://www.forthroadbridge.org/news/full-a90-closures-scheduled 

Just 1 mile from the M90, we are a 20 minute drive from Edinburgh, 50 minutes from Glasgow and under 2 hours from Aberdeen.

Free on-site parking is available

You can see an interactive online map of our location at Multimap.

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North Queensferry

This beautiful picture was taken by Nancy Sidhu. There are some beautiful walks around the historic centre of North Queensferry, a picturesque village in Fife. There are many interesting things to see in addition to the impressive structure which dominates, the magnificent Forth Rail Bridge, such as:

Local attractions:

Things to do:

North Queensferry Heritage

The Trust is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and beauty of North Queensferry and the immediate surroundings and aims to encourage, preserve, develop and improve features of historic, architectural or environmental value. The Trust is a member of Scottish Civic Trust, Scottish wildlife Trust and the Forth Estuary Forum. Deep Sea World would recommend you visit their site to fully appreciate the village and its history. www.nqht.org

Where to stay:

The Queensferry Hotel is conveniently located just 9 miles from Edinburgh making it a fantastic base for visiting Scotland’s capital city, exploring nearby attractions or discovering Fife and all that the area has to offer. The hotel is situated within walking distance of Deep Sea World as well as close to rail and road links, and only 20 minutes from Edinburgh Airport.  www.queensferryfifehotel.co.uk

 

Keavil House: If an elegant country house with award winning food, immaculate bedrooms, a well equipped gym and leisure spa sounds like your kind of place, then choose BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel near Dunfermline.

Their Winter Break offer lasts until April and is really good value at £99 per person for two nights including 3 course dinner and full Scottish Breakfast. Use of leisure club and a bottle of bubbly in the room on arrival is also included.  Children stay free in room! www.keavilhouse.co.uk

 Holiday Inn Dunfermline:  Budget hotels in Dunfermline don’t come any better than the award winning Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline hotel. For more information visit www.hiexpressdunfermline.co.uk

 

 


Deep Sea World

Battery Quarry
North Queensferry
Fife
KY11 1JR

t: 01383 411 880
f: 01383 410 514



From the South: Follow the signs for Forth Road Bridge. Once across the bridge, take the first exit left and follow the brown tourist signs for Deep Sea World. From the North: Turn off the M90 at Junction 1 and follow the brown tourist signs for Deep Sea World.
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There is an excellent train service to North Queensferry from both Edinburgh Waverley and Haymarket stations on the Fife Circle Line. North Queensferry is the first station after crossing the Forth Rail Bridge (journey time approx 15 mins). Deep Sea World is a short walk from North Queensferry station. Please take extra care when walking to Deep Sea World from the train station as the road goes down hill. Follow this link for bus routes To and From the Inverkeithing Park and Ride http://www.ferrytoll.org/htmlpages/routemap.html For public transport information please call Traveline on 0870 608 2608 or www.travelinescotland.com. Alternatively, please visit www.firstgroup.com.