Findhorn Foundation

Findhorn is a living model for the future. Every year we welcome thousands of fellow-adventurers from all over the world to participate in the workshops, conferences and special events in the calendar below.

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We also have a bird hide next to our site. Findhorn Bay offers superb bird watching opportunities throughout the year, including the spectacular migratory  Osprey from March to September each year. In the autumn, winter and spring, thousands of  Pink-Footed Geese, on their way to and from their breeding grounds in Spitsbergen, Iceland and Greenland, and also  Greylag Geese from Iceland, roost and feed on Findhorn Bay.

Related links:

WDC – Scottish Dolphin Centre

Ecoventures – Dolphin watching trips  Phoenix boat trips – Dolphin & seals watch trips from Nairn  Friends of Findhorn Bay


Ace Adventures

There is a wide range of outdoor activities with Ace Adventure to suit any age or ability. They can cater from high adrenaline thrills to relaxed wilderness and wildlife experiences.

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You can find their outdoor activities here:  ACE Adventures | Outdoor Activities in Moray, Scotland 

Arts & Crafts

Many artists are living in the Findhorn Community and surrounding area. You can see exhibitions in the Moray Art Centre which is well worth a visit.  They run regular shows for local artists.

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Claysongs Ceramics

A small quirky ceramics studio and shop at the top of the “Runway”.

Core opening times: Wednesday to Sunday 1.30-4.30pm.

Introduction to Clay, taster sessions:

I will introduce you to simple hand building techniques that have been used for millennia by potters all over the world. These techniques are easy but not simple (please note: no throwing on the potters wheel). Clay has a slow rhythm, and going with this rhythm will hopefully enable you to make something that you are chuffed with or at least enjoy the calming effect that playing with clay has on many people.

If you are interested to ‘have a go’, please get in touch with me:

verapots@yahoo.co.uk or 07783932622

Children have to be accompanied by an adult and should be at least 9 years old.

Prices for 90 minutes:

1 person: £50

2, 3 up to a maximum of 4 people: £40 per person

Other Activities

One of the oldest studies in the Findhorn Community is the  Findhorn Pottery. The crockery in our Eco-Chalet’s is from Findhorn Pottery, and we encourage our guests to visit their beautiful studios.

Visit Findhorn website Arts and Crafts section have a full listing of local art studios and artists.

Some of the Findhorn Community buildings are a form of art themselves. The  Universal Hall entrance doors are certainly an unusual design not forgetting the unique architecture of that very building.

The Universal Hall is also a popular venue offering a wide variety of performances from movies to Ceilidh dance evenings.


Findhorn Foundation

Findhorn is a living model for the future. Every year we welcome thousands of fellow-adventurers from all over the world to participate in the workshops, conferences and special events in the calendar below.

Read More

We also have a bird hide next to our site. Findhorn Bay offers superb bird watching opportunities throughout the year, including the spectacular migratory  Osprey from March to September each year. In the autumn, winter and spring, thousands of  Pink-Footed Geese, on their way to and from their breeding grounds in Spitsbergen, Iceland and Greenland, and also  Greylag Geese from Iceland, roost and feed on Findhorn Bay.

Related links:

WDC – Scottish Dolphin Centre

Ecoventures – Dolphin watching trips  Phoenix boat trips – Dolphin & seals watch trips from Nairn  Friends of Findhorn Bay


Ace Adventures

There is a wide range of outdoor activities with Ace Adventure to suit any age or ability. They can cater from high adrenaline thrills to relaxed wilderness and wildlife experiences.

Read More

We also have a bird hide next to our site. Findhorn Bay offers superb bird watching opportunities throughout the year, including the spectacular migratory  Osprey from March to September each year. In the autumn, winter and spring, thousands of  Pink-Footed Geese, on their way to and from their breeding grounds in Spitsbergen, Iceland and Greenland, and also  Greylag Geese from Iceland, roost and feed on Findhorn Bay.

Related links:

WDC – Scottish Dolphin Centre

Ecoventures – Dolphin watching trips  Phoenix boat trips – Dolphin & seals watch trips from Nairn  Friends of Findhorn Bay


Arts & Crafts

Many artists are living in the Findhorn Community and surrounding area. You can see exhibitions in the Moray Art Centre which is well worth a visit. 

Read More

We also have a bird hide next to our site. Findhorn Bay offers superb bird watching opportunities throughout the year, including the spectacular migratory  Osprey from March to September each year. In the autumn, winter and spring, thousands of  Pink-Footed Geese, on their way to and from their breeding grounds in Spitsbergen, Iceland and Greenland, and also  Greylag Geese from Iceland, roost and feed on Findhorn Bay.

Related links:

WDC – Scottish Dolphin Centre

Ecoventures – Dolphin watching trips  Phoenix boat trips – Dolphin & seals watch trips from Nairn  Friends of Findhorn Bay