Crawick Multiverse, B740, Sanquhar, Dumfries & Galloway DG4 6ET
Crawick Multiverse is a major land restoration and art project in Dumfries & Galloway, utilising landscape art to transform a former open cast coal mine into an outdoor space that can be enjoyed by future generations.
Privately funded by the Duke of Buccleuch and designed by globally-renowned landscape artist Charles Jencks, Crawick Multiverse is a stunning representation of exciting discoveries and theories of the universe.
Drumlanrig Castle Thornhill Dumfries & Galloway DG3 4AQ
Visit Drumlanrig Castle and you’ll immerse yourself in over 600 years of The Douglas Family’s history. The story began in the 14th Century when William, the son of James, 2nd Earl of Drumlanrig (who died at Otterburn in 1388) became the 1st Laird of Drumlanrig.
Over the decades the Douglas family stayed close to the monarchy, a relationship, which as you’d expect, benefitted both the Douglases and the royals. However the relationship did have its difficult times and James Douglas was one of the Lords responsible for driving Mary Queen of Scots out of the country in 1567.
Helensville, High St, Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire DG4 6BN, United Kingdom
Sanquhar Tolbooth Museum
Dumfries House Cumnock Ayrshire KA18 2NJ
Dumfries House Set in 2,000 acres, this stunning estate and 18th-Century house with its unrivalled collection of Chippendale furniture has something for everyone
Wanlockhead Village, Dumfries and Galloway, ML12 6UT
The Museum of Lead Mining, is a Visit Scotland 4 Star Visitor Attraction set in the picturesque village of Wanlockhead, which at 461m / 1531 feet above sea level is the highest village in Scotland.
Barrpark, Sanquhar DG4 6LG, United Kingdom
Thornhill Golf Club Blacknest Thornhill Dumfriesshire DG3 5DW
Thornhill Golf Club
Thornhill is a picturesque village in Mid Nithsdale, Dumfries & Galloway. The golf club was established in 1893 as a 9 hole course and extended to 18 holes in 1979
8 – 12 High Street SANQUHAR DG4 6BL
A' the Airts
“We contribute to the social, economic and cultural well-being of the communities of Upper Nithsdale by actively encouraging participation in a range of arts, crafts and related activities.”
Holywood Road Auldgirth Dumfries Scotland DG2 0RP
Poet Robert Burns was 29, in the prime of his life and at the peak of his powers, when he came to Ellisland Farm in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Some of Robert Burns' best-loved nature poems were inspired by the tranquil setting of Ellisland Farm.
Ellisland is now a popular museum and visitor attraction and it provides a wonderful insight into the life of Robert Burns on a farm two hundred years ago