A Historic Site in Galloway
Cardoness Castle is a well-preserved ruin of a tower house dating from the 15th-century, the ancient home of the McCullochs. The architectural details inside the tower are of a high quality and there are good views over Fleet Bay from the battlements. New scale model and exhibition on the history of the castle. Open all year; Oct closed Thurs & Fri, Nov to Mar open weekends only. Admission Prices: Adults Ã‚£3.50; Child: Ã‚£1.75; Concession Ã‚£2.80.
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Much of Dumfries and Galloway has visitor attractions linked with Robert Burns and there are a number of famous gardens that nestle in the valleys and coastal inlets that abound. Some of the most beautiful scenery is to be found along the Solway coast, west from Dumfries to the Mull of Galloway. Here you'll find the romantic ruins of Caerlaverock Castle, Threave Castle and Sweetheart Abbey, along with Whithorn Priory. Also on this lovely coast is the beguiling town of Kirkcudbright, inspiration for some of Scotland's most famous artists and still a thriving artistic colony.