Rspb Baron's Haugh28 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Manse Rd, Motherwell ML1 2PZ, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +44-1413310993
- Tags: Family And Kids, Nature, Bird Watching
Enter the picturesque world of a naturist or a bird watcher when in Rspb Baron’s Haugh and experience bliss in its purest from. The tranquillity, the nature, the water, the plants and the wildlife found here are sure to be the perfect ingredients of your cocktail for relaxation. Taking a walk through the Haugh you’ll realize what a great artist God really is and understand the boons that He has bestowed upon us in the form these wonderful little joys of having to experience nature first hand. There are four hides provided to the visitors which help you witness the best of the scenes.
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How to Reach Rspb Baron's Haugh
- Buses 244, 355 to stop : John Murray Court
- Train ScotRail to stop : Airbles→ bus 2 to stop- Emily Drive→ On foot
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95% of people who visit Motherwell include Rspb Baron's Haugh in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
36.84% of people start their Rspb Baron's Haugh visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Rspb Baron's Haugh
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rspb Baron's Haugh
Rspb Baron's Haugh Reviews & Ratings
Kinda reluctant to recommend as I love how quiet it is here, usually only come across one or two dog walkers. Great place to relax and lots to learn about history
Great place for birds but don't like the way they have opened up the channel in front of the Marsh Hide, it's not as good for birds now
Great place to visit either just for a walk or birdwatching or photography plenty to see and for the most level ground
Brilliant we both really enjoyed walking round and watching a variety of wildlife, for us a bonus it's only 7 minutes away so will visit often
The caretaker looks after everything so well. Surounded by nature in all its glory and i got to see a few birds i couldnt identify .