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Ranger Service

Our rangers educate visitors about Holyrood Park, Linlithgow Peel and the Heart of Neolithic Orkney.

A pair of rangers leading a group of walkers at Holyrood Park.

1 Overview

Our Ranger Service is based at Holyrood Park, Linlithgow Peel and the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site, and works on sites across our estate. As well as patrol and survey sites and assist the emergency services, our rangers educate visitors of all ages about our sites.

Rangers give visitors the chance to learn about the many different aspects of the special places they protect. Guided walks, group tours and other events led by the Ranger Service cover history, wildlife, folklore and much more.

2 Holyrood Park Education Centre

The Ranger service is based at:

Holyrood Park Education Centre
1 Queen’s Drive

View Holyrood Park Education Centre on a Google map

Telephone: 0131 652 8150
Email: rangers@hes.scot