Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Whithorn

Whithorn Timescape

Ruined Whithorn Priory (Scotland's earliest recorded church) is part of this excellent complex, which introduces you to the history of the place with a good audiovisual and a very informative exhibition. A highlight…
Ruins in Isle of Whithorn

St Ninian's Chapel

The roofless 13th-century St Ninian's Chapel, probably built for pilgrims who landed nearby on their way to the shrine at Whithorn, sits evocatively on the windswept rocky headland. Modern-day pilgrims are invited t…
Cave in Isle of Whithorn

St Ninian's Cave

Around Burrow Head, to the southwest but accessed off the A747 before you enter the Isle of Whithorn, is St Ninian's Cave, where the saint apparently went to pray. You can walk here along the coast from Isle of Whit…
Ruins in Wigtown

Torhouse Stone Circle

Four miles west of Wigtown, off the B733, this well-preserved ruin dates from the 2nd millennium BC.
Distillery in Wigtown

Bladnoch Distillery

Browsing books can be thirsty work, so it's fortunate that Bladnoch Distillery is just a couple of miles away from Wigtown, in the village of Bladnoch. Now Australian-owned, it wasn't open for tours at the time of r…