Conveniently situated on the A1, a 30 mile drive east of Edinburgh, Scotland’s newest garden centre is ideally suited for a day out to the historical seaside town of Dunbar or as a gardener’s haven.



Signposted off the A1 heading both North and South, the Garden Centre sits on the outer edge of Dunbar next to Asda Supermarket. We have plenty of free parking for our customers, with an electric car charging point located at the front entrance gate.



Buses service Dunbar from Edinburgh, North Berwick and Berwick-Upon Tweed. For timetable information please visit East Coast BusesPerrymans Buses and Eve Coaches, or pick up copies available in store.



Dunbar Train Station is located close to the High Street and is a 20min walk to the Garden Centre, with regular bus stops on the way. For timetables visit National Rail.



Dunbar is the last stop on the John Muir way which begins in Helensburgh, following on to the John Muir link which takes you to Dunglass. This historic and scenic route stretches 134 miles or 215 km across Scotland’s heartland. Visit The John Muir Way for maps and further information.



The John Muir Way also provides safe cycling routes to Dunbar, in addition to clear signage for the National Route 76 of the National Cycle Network running from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Edinburgh, Stirling and Kirkcaldy, with the route on both sides of the Forth. Cycle racks are situated at the front entrance of the store.