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The chief attraction in DUNBAR is the John Muir Birthplace at 126 High St (April– Oct Mon– Sat 10am–5pm, Sun 1–5pm; Nov– March Wed– Sat 10am–5pm, Sun 1–5pm; free; Web: www.jmbt.org.uk ). Birthplace of the explorer and naturalist who created the United States national-park system, it's an engaging interpretative and education centre about the pioneer's life and legacy. Dunbar's delightfully intricate double harbour also merits a stroll, with its narrow channels, cobbled quays and roughened rocks, set beside the shattered remains of the castle.
For food, the best place is the hotel, The Rocks on Marine Road (Tel:01368/862287, Web: www.experiencetherocks.co.uk ), which also has a dozen decent rooms (Price: 71-90), or try the Creel (Tel:01368/863279, Web: www.creelrestaurant.co.uk ), located near the old harbour, which serves local fish dishes served in a simple Mediterranean style.