The Devil's Porridge Exhibition was founded in 1997 by Richard Brodie and tells the story of the greatest munitions factory on earth.
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.
- Nature Site
A 60m waterfall tumbles into the Moffat Water Valley from the waters of Loch Skeen, in the Moffat Hills. The property extends to White Coomb, the highest hill in Dumfriesshire
The magnificent Drumlanrig Castle, constructed from distinctive pink sandstone, was finished in 1691 by architect William Douglas, the first Duke of Queensberry and represents one
Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park (formerly Wildlife Park Kirkcudbright), set in 27 acres of mixed woodland, is the wild animal conservation centre of southern Scotland.
Crossraguel Abbey was founded early in the 13th century by the Earl of Carrick
Broughton House and Garden is a little known treasure of a fine town house and garden nestling on the banks of the River Dee in Kirkcudbright
The Robert Burns Centre tells the story of Robert Burns\' last years spent in Dumfries
Threave is a Scottish Baronial House with an ornamental garden and Rockcliffe is a beautiful coastal landscape
Dundrennan Abbey was built in the latter half of the 12th century.
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