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In South West Scotland we like to have fun. And why not? We want you to feel good about, well, everything. So, whether it is high art or walking, food or jazz or books or kids or country and western or poetry or sailing or singing or Robert Burns or biking or running or rallying or mining or weaving or gardening or cycling or tree-felling or baking or growing or dancing or star-gazing or bird watching … there’s always something fun to do for everyone of any age.

  • South West Coastal 300 #SWC300

    on the SW300 Mull of Galloway

    Discover your SWC300 Nature Lovers Adventure Seekers History and Heritage Arts and Culture A Taste of the South West Family Fun Plan Your Trip Where to Stay See and Do Eat & Drink Events Map Getting Here

  • Robert Burns' Ellisland Museum and Farm

    Welcome to Ellisland Museum and Farm. From 1788-1791, Ellisland Farm was the rural home of National Bard Robert Burns. He built the house for his family. Its fabulous location by the river Nith inspired him to …

  • Craigieburn Gardens

    Craigieburn is a new garden reborn on an ancient site. A remarkable collection of plants, laid out in classic style over five acres. 'Garden grown' plants for sale. Friday-Sunday or by appointment, and all Public and …

  • The Limetree Restaurant

    "Good Food Guide" recommended. A seasonal blend of modern and traditional cooking using only fresh ingredients. "The Limetree has got all its priorities right. Food is king here." Joanna Blythman, Sunday Herald Open for Dinner Tuesday - …

  • Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop

    Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop and Visitors Centre

    Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop Famous since 1754 and family run since 1885, the Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop is one of Scotland's most popular visitor attractions. From its historical beginnings as the home of runaway weddings, Gretna …

  • Eskdalemuir Community Hub and Old School Cafe

    Eskdalemuir Community Hub & Old School Café. Fully licensed. Delicious food local produce and home cooking. Drinks, snacks, lunches & dinners.    

  • A’ The Airts

      A’ The Airts in the Royal Burgh of Sanquhar is a Community Arts and Crafts centre nestled in the heart of Upper Nithsdale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. Our fully accessible building is a hub where individuals can meet …

  • Brodies

    Recently awarded an AA Rosette, Brodies offers light, airy, modern surroundings, and operates a coffee shop enviroment during the day, and a relaxed restaurant and wine bar at night.

  • Blackaddie House Restaurant

    The menu changes daily and all dishes are made in their own kitchens featuring, wherever possible, locally sourced Scottish ingredients. It's not just about fine dining, there is also a TDH menu available every day, a …

  • Moffat Mill

    Moffat Mill   Moffat Mill (4 star tourist shop awarded by VisitScotland) Moffat Mill is an fantastic destination offering shopping for all and great stop for refreshments as you first cross the Border into Scotland. We are situated …

  • 7Stanes Mountain Biking

    Dumfries and Galloway offers some of the best mountain biking venues in the World including five of the renowned 7Stanes Centres! The 7Stanes offer award winning mountain biking, superb scenery, and a bike friendly welcome. …

  • Moat Brae, Birthplace of Peter Pan

    Peter Pan stands on a tree stump and looks out across a green enchanted land

    Moat Brae is the Birthplace of Peter Pan. New Family Attraction set in the 'enchanted land' that inspired the story of Peter Pan. Discover a world of children's stories in the enchanted land that inspired the story …

  • South of Scotland Golf

    Visit South of Scotland Golf for a comprehensive guide of all courses at Brighouse Bay Golf Club provides a perfect holiday golfing experience in Dumfries and Galloway perched above the beautiful Solway coastline with stunning …

  • Wanlockhead Lead Mining Museum

    The Visitor Centre is situated in the heart of the village of Wanlockhead, which is Scotland's highest Village at 1531 ft./468.08 m. above sea level. Robert Burns had his horse shod here when it threw a …

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