Gifted to the town by a local artist in 1938, this excellent venue plays host to fine art, craft and photography exhibitions throughout the year.
The Castle Douglas Art Gallery was renovated in 1996 with the aim of creating a fantastic arts venue within the town for locals and visitors alike to enjoy.
A sister gallery of the Stewarty Museum in Kirkcudbright, The Castle Douglas Art Gallery features the work of local artists and craft groups, and regularly welcomes touring exhibitions. The gallery also plays host to a popular annual programme of temporary exhibitions.
The gallery's town centre location means you will find yourself surrounded by fantastic things to see and enjoy, such as Carlingwark Loch which is home to a wide species of water birds and, nearby, stands the magnificent Threave Castle and Gardens, a must-visit for your trip to this wonderful corner of Scotland.