Royal Burgh of Culross

Restored late-16th century village

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These days Culross is a pretty obscure backwater that few Scots have heard of, but in the late-16th and early-17th centuries this was a thriving village with mines, iron workings and a brisk trade with the Netherlands.

In the following centuries things declined, but in the 1930s it was rediscovered and restored – down to the last detail: even the types of plants in the gardens are from the heyday period.

Categories: See & Do: Historical |
Tags: Hidden Gems |

At A Glance

44 1383 880359
Adult £10.50; Concession £7.50; Family £24.50

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