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The Broughton House and Garden was home to the famous artist E A Hornel has now become one of the main tourist attractions in the city. The house belonging to the 18th Century era now showcases various works of art by established as well as up coming artists in Scotland. The main objective here is to promote Scottish art and there are various events and activities held here with the same purpose. Blooming with various exotic trees and plants, the garden is perfect for a quiet stroll. If you are an art lover then the Broughton House and Garden is the best place for you to visit. For further information do visit their website.
Located in Kirkcudbright, the Tolbooth Art Center traces the history of artists in the city. It has an audio visual show which tells the story of the Kirkcudbright Artists Colony which was formed in 1880. Apart from this, there are exhibits of paintings, photography, arts and crafts.
A former ruin paves the path for a new civilization. Such is the beauty of the redundant Tongland Abbey. This former Premonstratensian monastic site can be dated back to the 13th Century. Located in the Tongland region of Scottish Dumfries and Galloway, the site now shelters the village of Tongland. The state of the abbey is in ruin with a stone built framework adorning a bed of natural greenery. The churchyard still houses the graves and memorials dating back to the active days of the abbey.
Found in the outskirts of Kirkcudbright, Dhoon Beach is regarded as a place to unwind by the people. Popular with dog walkers, the beach is a spot for kayaking and an idyllic location for spending quality time with loved ones.