|Monday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Its greate place for all families with dogs. Its grate place for art people. I love paint there,walk with dogs etc.
A great day out for all the family. We were there on a beautiful afternoon which helps - three generations had great fun exploring all the very imaginative and evocative landscape sculptures. We were glad to have taken water with us, there is nothing to buy on site.
To be honest, I don't think it was "open " when we went but I imagine it's not much better when it is open,if you catch my meaning. At least I didn't pay to get in.
Excellent place to visit. The day we went was special in support of Maggies centre. This meant one of the astronomers who designed it Steve Owens was there and was fascinating to speak with. The other big name here is Charles Jencks who was also involved in the design. The landform structures are amazing. You can walk up the Milky Way and Andromeda. A brilliant way to teach kids a bit about space astronomy etc. And a lovely peaceful magical spot. Well worth a visit
beautiful place. really glad i came to see this. very interesting and would recommend to my friends and family
We passed Crawick Multiverse on the way home from our special Multiverse, Knockengorroch. Having been refreshed by the cosmic elements of a festival we felt prepared for the space wonder expected at Crawick Multiverse. We were wrong. There was no space wonder. Piles of rocks and dirt greeted us. Nice piles mind. This is the project of a well positioned aristocrat with a penchant for psychedelics and sci-fi. One can only imagine the volumes of turbo faff and 'left a bit, right a bit' that must have been involved in creating the piece. The spectacle is impressive and kinda nice for sure. But don't expect to broaden any of your horizons, just the ones within your field of view as you ascend another pile of dirt and rocks. Suggested equipment for a return visit: a picnic and a motocross bike for bamming up the piles. Additional comment: "the solar flare sun shield is an absolute shower of bollocks"
Freaking awesome place. We are so lucky to live 10 minutes away from this magical alien landscape. Just go and visit.
A great wee place well worth a punt! Don't listen tae the folks bleatin on aboot the portaloo! It's a portaloo get a grip!! The actual place is braw it needs an hour or 2 tae take in. How ever make sure ye have on good boots if the weather has been naff the day before
This place is fantastic it will move most people with it's breathtaking views and Neolithic style architecture this is a place to savior and spend time to explore take a picnic you'll want to spend at least a couple off hour's here and it's free to visit so what's not to like so give it a try you won't be disappointed
Amazing place. Feels totally different in the sunshine and when the bracing wind is whipping around. Wear stout footwear and allow a couple of hours. No refreshments but there is a good cafe in the petrol station in nearby Sanquhar.
It would be unfair to properly rate the experience based on my visit today, as it was wet and windy but I expect it would be a very nice place to visit on a good day. It was free to get in with a fairly small car park. The ground was largely grass and so trainers or boots are recommended. I think you would struggle with a pram. The actual attraction is some, presumably, man made mounds and stone circles, along with an 'ampitheatre'. A nice place for fresh air and to stretch the legs and I can imagine kids running around having a great time. There's some very nice views as well, just not really the weather for it when we went.