Galloway Tourist Attractions
- South Scotland
Bladnoch Distillery is a Single malt Scotch whisky distillery in south west Scotland.
For all those grown girls still hankering after the perfect dolls\' house with Also a large shop with a wide range of miniatures and gifts for sale.
Cream o'Galloway's delicious organic fairtrade dairy ice cream & frozen smoothies are available throughout the UK.
On an island in the River Dee stands Threave Castle, a massive 14the century tower
The art gallery, adjacent to Castle Douglas library, has a varied programme of temporary exhibitions, predominantly featuring the work of local art and craft groups.
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Light, airy and always full of different art pieces, its the best place to browse while on holiday. The sheer range of works on display is staggering for such a small location.
The Visitor Centre tells the story of the construction of the Galloway Hydros in the 1930s and the tour takes you into the power station, the control room and the turbine hall.
Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park (formerly Wildlife Park Kirkcudbright), set in 27 acres of mixed woodland, is the wild animal conservation centre of southern Scotland.
- Nature Site
St Ninian's Cave was where early crosses were found that are now housed at Whithorn Museum.
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