Welcome to

Whitelee Visitor Centre

Visitor centre

The Exhibition

The Exhibition has fantastic hands-on interactive activities. If you were building a windfarm would you know where to place the turbines? Would you know how many blades to give them? Would you be able to balance the country’s energy supply to meet electricity demands? Investigate this and much more!

The Learning Hub

The Learning Hub is where we host activities and workshops for members of the public and school groups. Find out What's On or get more information on education visits below.

The Café

The Café serves a selection of paninis and sandwiches, hot soup, teas and coffees and delicious cakes all from local suppliers, kids boxes are available during weekends and holidays. The café is surrounded with large glass windows and an external deck that provides stunning views of the windfarm.

Bus tours

Bus tours are available to allow you to get up close to our turbines. Want to explore the windfarm and learn more about the turbines and ecology of the site? Then why not join one of our guided tours? Find out more below.


We also have a small range of souvenirs so you can take home a reminder of your visit.

Useful information

We also have free parking, free charging for electric vehicles, free WiFi, a bike shed, showers and baby changing facilities. Did you Know? ScottishPower Renewables owns Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre and it is managed by Glasgow Science Centre.

What we offer

Education programme at Whitelee Windfarm

Education programme

At Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre we offer an education programme for Early years - S4. Linking to the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) our highly interactive activities promote successful learning by challenging pupils and providing enjoyment through their experiences.

Developed by Glasgow Science Centre, the education programme is a two hour visit, which includes:

  • A main activity / workshop
  • A guided tour of the windfarm
  • Time in our exhibition area

Visits are suitable for a maximum class size of 34 pupils, and a minimum of 10 pupils (normal adult/carer ratios apply).

The cost is £2 per pupil.

Education visits run Monday to Friday in two sessions: 10:00 to 12:00 or 12:30 to 14:30.

You can book an education visit from February 1st until December 7th (excluding holidays).

Related Information

Environmental education is also provided by Whitelee Windfarm's Countryside Rangers. Click here for more information.

Click here for information about Risk Assessments.

Visitor centre opening times

While Whitelee is open to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the visitor centre is not always open. See below for the latest opening and closing times

Opening hours

Getting to the visitor centre

You can use the interactive Google Map to find the best route to the windfarm. Simply enter your postcode and it will show you the best road to take.

Car parking at the visitor centre

Car parking facilities are located at the Visitor Centre and we recommend that you access the windfarm from this point.

The car park access road is narrow and we ask that you stick to the speed limits, use the designated passing places where appropriate, be mindful of visitors and small children walking through the car park and drive with caution at all times.

Want to get in touch?

If you would like to contact us about anything to do with Whitelee, then you can give us a call on 0141 614 0851.

You can also reach us via email.


Want to find the best route to Whitelee? Use the interactive Google map above. Simply enter your postcode and you will be shown the best route.

Need more information? Visit our directions section within the homepage.

Public transport

The visitor centre is not yet part of a designated public transport route and both the closest train station (Hairmyres, East Kilbride) and bus top (Eaglesham) require private onwards transport.