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Historic Buildings & Homes
Often known as Auld Stumpy, and of great historic interest, Stumpy Tower was built in the first half of the 19th century.
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Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
The eerie setting for Robert Burns' famous tale of Tam O'Shanter, Alloway Auld Kirk dates back to the 16th Century.
The Doon Valley Museum is located in a conversion of one of the oldest buildings in the small market town of Dalmellington, dating from 1744.
The Bruce's Stone is at the top of the hill on the north side of Loch Trool.
Nature Centres & Reserves
For a woodland walk, it's great place to visit. In spring & summer, the wood fills with a carpet of bluebells, other flowers and birdsong while red squirrels are busy in the trees. Visit the otter platform, where you may luckily see one in the river.
Set within the tranquil Rozelle Estate, the Galleries are in the former servant’s quarters and stable block of Rozelle House.
Galloway Heathers Garden Centre is a family-run business with friendly staff and an excellent selection of plants, shrubs and heathers, located in the village of Minnigaff.
Discover Galloway’s Viking and Celtic connections in Kirkcolm churchyard, where these 10th century Viking Carved Stones are found.
These historic seaside gardens set in over 50 acres on the shore of Wigtown Bay on the Solway Firth were created in 1740 by Lord Garlies, son of the 5th Earl of Galloway.
Rozelle Estate covers an area of 37 hectares in South Ayrshire, which has a wealth of plants and wildlife.