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It will not take all day for you to see this. And I doubt if it's worth a long trip.
However, go see if you're in the village when it's open.
In particular, take note of the 18' National class boat called "Fulmar Petrel" which is one of the exhibits. In my humble opinion it's the star attraction, but then it was my cousin's boat so maybe I'm biased.
We had a few adventures in her when we were teenagers.
Also look at the ice house. Until at least the '60s Findhorn had a commercial fishery netting salmon at low tide, and this where the ice was kept.
Updated Sep 12, 2010
That's the name for the "ocean" beach, as compared to the front shore - which is on the bay.
It is spectacular. 7 miles long, all the way to Burghead to the east.
Good for swimming, walking, running etc.
Updated Aug 15, 2010
Address: Findhorn, Moray
"The Findhorn Foundation is a spiritual community, ecovillage and an international centre for holistic education, helping to unfold a new human consciousness and create a positive and sustainable future."
Quote from its website. You can visit. The website has a list of events.
I went in for the first time today (12-12-09) for a coffee at the Blue Angel. Actually quite interesting to walk around and see the different dwellings.
Updated Dec 12, 2009
Forres is a little town situated about 33 kms.East of Inverness and 6 of Findhorn.It's famous for its floral sculptures.Forres has gained the "Britain in Bloom" Medium Town Trophy in 2004.
The surrounding area has historical monuments,museums,castles,whisky distilleries...
The Cluny Hill Hotel belongs to the Foundation;a centre of spiritual service in co-creationwith Nature,they say.
Written Aug 25, 2006