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JM Barrie lived in Dumfries from 1873 to 1878 and wrote Peter Pan in 1904 as a play, which went on to successfully inspire generations of young people to read and enjoy his wonderful stories. During his time in Dumfries, he often visited Moat Brae…

Located on 15th century Devorgilla Bridge, the Old Bridge House is now a museum offering a unique insight to the long gone ways of life in the town. You can see the family kitchen, nursery and bedroom of a Victorian home, and even pay a visit to an…

Situated in the town’s eighteenth century watermill on the west bank of the River Nith, the Robert Burns Centre tells the story of Robert Burns’ last years spent in the bustling streets and lively atmosphere of Dumfries in the late eighteenth…

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In 1810 Dr. Henry Duncan opened the world’s first savings bank based on business principles, paying interest on its investors’ modest savings. The original Ruthwell Parish Bank is now home of the Savings Banks Museum. The eighteenth…

The shop and gallery at The Yellow Door is a vibrant and changing showcase for an impressive range of creative work by local artists. The visitor is usually welcomed by one of the artists or makers themselves: the gallery is run by volunteer members…

We offer personalised historic and ancestral tours of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, Ireland and into Europe. We build Itineraries with people and offer a consistent 5 star service. As historians we can research your family tree and get you to…

The Art Room within The Old School is situated in the former Saint Andrews Primary in Dumfries which is located in the south-west of Scotland. Our story began in 2012 with Rachel Speedie who opened the art room in the former staff room of this…

The Crichton is an 85 acre parkland estate in Dumfries, which is free and accessible to the public all year round and benefits from free parking, electric charging points, glorious gardens, stunning walks and a fascinating history as a psychiatric…