Yoga Studio – 17 Acre Street.
Just off the High Street, you’ll find the Highland Yoga Collective, a community-based yoga studio in the heart of Nairn. The Highland Yoga Collective offer a range of yoga, pilates, movement, meditation and mindfulness classes which are inclusive and beginner-friendly. The studio is a tranquil retreat with a zen garden, underfloor heating and is fully accessible.
We are an exotic animal rescue centre based on Harbour Street, Nairn, taking on all sorts of exotic animals from the general public, SSPCA and various other organisations. As we don’t get any external funding we give talks, to help towards the funds needed for vets, feeding, equipment, housing etc. Visitors welcome!
10 Harbour St, Nairn, IV12 4NU
Several E-bikes are available to hire for periods from 2 hours to a week from this eco-charity based on the Balmakeith Industrial estate. Free maps available to explore the area in an environmentally-friendly way
Green Hive Hub, Unit 9A2, Tom Semple Road, Balmakeith Industrial Estate, Nairn, IV12 5QW
Non-members are welcome to use any of the facilities at Nairn Sports Club. It has four tennis courts, two squash courts, a large sports hall and a well-equipped gym. There are regular classes, from yoga to Boxercise, which visitors can join in.
Viewfield Drive, Nairn IV12 4BF
Dog-friendly touring site with glamping pods. Welcomes caravans, motorhomes and camping.
Please check the website for opening dates
Kinchyle Farm, B9091, Nairn IV12 5NY
Tel: 07983 599614
1B High Street.
Pottery painting fun for all the family. Go early in your stay so your work can be fired in time for your return.
With ‘something for everyone’, this venue provides a regular programme of art exhibitions, live shows, concerts and film. This includes theatre, cinema, dance, family, comedy, & music events. A bright, modern, fully accessible and adaptable building which has excellent conference, art and entertainment facilities.
Disabled Parking, Level Access to main entrance, Lift available to other floors, Wheelchair access throughout. Accessible Toilets, Electric Car Charging, WiFi, Hearing loop, Parking
Situated in Viewfield House, Nairn Museum offers visitors a fascinating insight into the life and times of the town and surrounding area over the centuries. The wide range of permanent displays featuring various aspects of Nairn’s history are well laid out and informative. Each year there is also a special programme of visiting exhibitions.
The Museum particularly welcomes children, providing a range of pick-up-and-touch exhibits and a safe play area.
Nairn Museum is open April – October, Monday-Friday 10.00-4.30pm, Saturday 10.00am-1.00pm
Viewfield, Nairn IV12 4EE
Join us on a guided tour of Nairnshire and discover the Highlands on one of our bespoke “cultoural” adventures. We are STGA-qualified tourist guides, enthusiastic storytellers, truly dedicated foodies and we deliver our tours with Swiss precision and a warm Scottish welcome.
Lochs, glens, remote beaches, castles, ancient places, industrial heritage, distilleries, breweries, cheesemakers, cake magicians, … There is so much to explore!
Let us take you on an adventure where you will experience the interesting, fun but also quirky aspects of these lands of outstanding beauty.
Our tours and walks are tailored to your interests and adventurous spirit. As a result, every tour is unique and special – just like our guests!
And if you’ve always wondered about the story behind that plaque above 40 High Street or Nairn’s very own version of “Ikarus”, our Nairn Walking Tour may be a perfect match for you.
Tel: 01667 452197
Laing Hall, King Street, Nairn IV12 4NZ
Our doors are open to anyone who loves painting, drawing and all things crafty. We meet throughout the week in Laing Hall which is situated on King Street across from The Little Theatre. The hall is only used by our society which helps to keep it a creative haven