Situated beneath the world-famous Forth Rail Bridge at North Queensferry in Fife, Deep Sea World is perfectly situated for a fun day out.
Deep Sea World
How to Get By…
From the South: Follow signs for Forth Road Bridge. Once across the bridge, take the first exit left and follow the brown tourist signs for Deep Sea World.
From the North: Turn off the M90 at Junction 1 and follow the brown tourist signs for Deep Sea World.
Driving Times (please check live road and traffic updates)
Central Edinburgh: 40 minutes
Glasgow: 50 minutes
Aberdeen: 2 hours
There is free on-site parking available and you can seen an interactive map of our location at Multimap.
By Train: There are excellent train services to North Queensferry from Edinburgh, Waverley, and Haymarket stations on the Fife Circle line. North Queensferry is the first station after crossing the Forth Rail Bridge. The train journey is approximately 15 minutes. Deep Sea World is then a short walk from North Queensferry station. Please take extra care when walking to Deep Sea World from the train station as the road goes downhill.
By Bus: Click here for bus routes to and from the Inverkeithing Park and Ride.
About North Queensferry
North Queensferry Heritage Trust is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and beauty that North Queensferry has to offer. The trust is a member of the Scottish Civic Trust, the Scottish Wildlife Trust, and the Forth Estuary Forum. Take a look at their site to fully appreciate the village and its history.
Aside from Deep Sea World, there are many interesting and fun local attractions within beautiful Fife. These include:
- War Memorial
- Forth Road Bridge
- Queensferry Crossing Bridge
- Port Laing Beach
- Fife Coastal Path
Things to do:
- Visit the world’s smallest working lighthouse
- Enjoy a boat trip from the town pier
- Take a stroll along some of the most stunning views in Scotland
- Take in breath taking views across the Firth of Forth
- Come and experience what it is like to be at the bottom of the ocean at Deep Sea World