Shopping on the Farne Islands
The National Trust shop in Seahouses is well worth dropping into before or after your boat trip to the islands. Whether you’re looking for a souvenir or a gift, you'll find plenty to choose from, including puffin paraphernalia, locally made greeting cards, a selection of books on the area, and much more.
Home, fashion... and puffins!
We have a lovely range of homeware and fashion items which are inspired seasonally from our properties around the country. With ethical and sustainable sourcing at the forefront of our minds, some of our items, including throws, scarves and bags, are now made from recycled cotton and platic bottles.
Inspired by the huge puffin population on the Farne Islands, we have an extensive range of puffin products available. Whether you are looking for a soft toy, tea-towel or a magnet, we have all of that and more.
We have lots in the shop to help you enjoy your day out in Seahouses and the surrounding area with lots of outdoor accessories, guidebooks and binoculars. And not forgetting our four-legged friends we have treats and accessories.
For the gardeners, we have a great range of both decorative and practical garden items.
Thank you for your support
Every penny that you spend in our shops goes towards the National Trust's crucial conservation work on the Farne Islands. The next time you buy a postcard, your 60p will help us care for the incredible wildlife that calls the Farne Islands home.
Looking for the perfect gift or perhaps you're in need of some retail therapy? You can browse our full range via our online shop.
Find out what you might see when you take a boat trip around the Farne Islands, from wildlife such as puffins and grey seals, to centuries-old buildings including St Cuthbert's Chapel.
We’ve put together some guidelines for you to follow to make sure the wildlife stays safe when you visit, plus tips for taking photos without disturbing the seabirds.
To sail around the Farne islands, or land on Inner Farne you need to catch a boat from Seahouses harbour. It's recommended that you book your boat trip in advance. Read on to find out how to book and what to expect from your tour.
Pick up a book from a second-hand bookshop to keep or share. Every purchase will raise funds for conservation projects at the places in our care.