Take a step back in time as you enter Sir Peter Scott’s home where he championed the cause of worldwide wildlife conservation through growing the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) and set up the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Little has changed in his home since the 1950s and you will be surprised to find out about his amazing life not just as the son of the famous Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott but as a pioneering wildlife conservationist, an artist, inventor, Olympic sportsman and Naval war hero.
Find out about his friendship with Sir David Attenborough and which members of the royal family visited his home, marvel at his original illustrations of Bewick’s swans and reminisce about his days as a wildlife presenter on the BBC ‘Look’ TV programme.
Meeting point: 10 minutes before the tour start times. Please wait by the Peter Scott exhibition and film in the foyer.
Cost: Included with admission to the centre. There is no additional charge for this tour, however we kindly ask visitors to make a voluntary donation to help us preserve the Scott House Museum for future generations.
Date and time: Tours run at 11am and 1.30pm Monday – Friday, and at 11am on Saturdays and Sundays. Tours last for approximately 1 hour.
Members: Click the link below to book your Scott House Tour. You do not need to book admission in advance, please bring your membership card with you.
Non-members: To book onto a Scott House Museum Tour you’ll also need to purchase admission in addition to your Scott House tour ticket. You'll be prompted to add admission tickets to your basket during checkout, alternatively you can pay for admission on arrival at the centre.
You can find out more about what to expect when you visit here, but you'll need to come back to this page to book your Scott House tour tickets.
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