As you enter the driveway leading to the Clubhouse and course, to your right the original clubhouse later known as Beachcote is situated, with the North Sea in all its glory to your left. Renowned for its friendly welcoming atmosphere, playing at Dunbar East Links is an experience that is not soon forgotten, offering all year round golf. This is a classic links golf course, with outstanding views over the Firth of Forth, May Island and towards the distant outline of Fife. Dunbar East Links is on the eastern edge of Dunbar, lying within the county of East Lothian which is historically known as the "Cradle of Golf".
The aeronautical collection dates back to 1909 when the Royal Scottish Museum acquired a model of the Wright Brothers' Model A biplane. A collection of engines, models and parts, but no full-sized aircraft, was built up in the following years. Following the acquisition of a complete Supermarine Spitfire in 1971, the collection was moved from Edinburgh for display at East Fortune airfield in East Lothian. Man's fascination with flight comes to life at this protected First and Second World War airfield. A site steeped in history, in 1919 the R34 Airship took off from East Fortune on its record-breaking first east-west transatlantic flight. Here you will discover some of the most extraordinary machines in the world that reveal the story of our ambition to take to the skies and find out how flight has changed our world.
East Lothian is renowned as one of the most popular venues for golfers in the British Isles and regularly hosts the Open Championship. The Glen Golf Club, North Berwick plays its golf on the East Links in North Berwick, in the heart of the famous Edinburgh Golf Coast. Described by Golf Monthly as "... one of the most underrated and best value courses in Scotland", this spectacular and quality par 70 course offers all-year-round golf at affordable prices for players of all ages and abilities.