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Creetown Gem Rock Museum

Things to do in Dumfries-and-Galloway Scottish Borders
Museums in Scotland

Description:
One of the finest privately-owned collections of gemstones, minerals, crystals and art items made from them in the country.
Erupting volcano and crystal cave

Ownership:
Private

Situation OS ref:

How to get there:
By car: Just off the main A75 Dumfries to Stranraer Road in the village of Creetown.
Signposted in the village
By public transport:
Regular public transport passing through Creetown from Castle Douglas and Dumfries to Newtown Stewart and Stranraer.

Seasonal opening details:
All year
Closed 23rd Dec to 31st January

Opening Hours:
1 February 31 March 10.00am 4.00pm (closed Mondays and Tuesday)
1 April 30 September 9.30am 5.30pm (Seven Days)
1 October 31 October 10.00am 4.00pm (Seven Days)
1 November 23 December 10.00am 4.00pm (closed Mondays and Tuesdays)

Facilities:
Shop and Tea Room

Admission: (2017)
Concessions 4.50 (OAPs, Students & Disabled)
Adults 5.00
Children 3.00 (5 15 Years, Under 5s Free)
Family 13.50 (2 Adults & Up To 3 Children)

All Tickets Are Valid For Two Weeks

The Gem Rock Museum Is Family And Wheelchair Friendly

Contact:
Tel: 01671 820357
Fax: 01671 820 544

Attached attractions:

Additional Information
VisitScotland 4 star Museum
Wheelchair friendly.

Web link: (where appropriate):
Gemrock Museum

Places to stay nearby:

Local towns and villages:
Creetown
Dumfries

Creetown Gem Rock Museum, Scotland