The 'Visit East Lothian' website for all visitor information.

Within easy reach from East Linton the 'Garden of Scotland' county of East Lothian provides access to a wide range of activities including the following.
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Historical Interest 
  
National Trust for Scotland

Preston Mill and Phantassie
Doocot


    Historic Scotland
Dirleton, Dunbar, Hailes, and
Tantallon Castles

The site of the Battle of
Prestonpans

Traprain and North Berwick Laws
Fossil coral beds at Barns Ness


Beaches
  Seacliff, Tyninghame, North
Berwick,
& Yellowcraigs
(Dirleton)

   
Museums

  Athelstaneford Flag Heritage
Museum (Scottish Flag Trust)
  National Museum of Flight at
East Fortune (featuring 'The
Concorde Experience')

  Myreton Motor Museum
  John Muir Birthplace, Dunbar (the 'Father of Conservation')

Sports
    Golf: East Lothian is the home of the oldest golf course in the world, Musselburgh Links "The Old Golf Course", and a multitude of great courses including the Open  championship course at Muirfield, home to the oldest golf club in the world - "The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers".
    Swimming & Gym/Fitness: Leisure centres with all the usual facilities can be found in North Berwick, Haddington, and Dunbar.
    Surfing: Belhaven Bay is home to the Coast to Coast Surf School
    Watersports: The first wakeboarding cable-tow site in Scotland began in 2012 on the outskirts of East Linton (Foxlake Adventures)

Walking
    A base in East Linton provides immediate access to river, coastal, woodland, and hill walking, including the John Muir Country Park. Maps are available to download from the Visit East Lothian website.

Flora and Fauna
    The Lammermuir heather moorlands, coastal seabird colonies (including the famous Bass Rock gannetry), deer and otter on the banks of the River Tyne, with trout and salmon in the water, all within easy reach from East Linton.