Glenluce Abbey

Historic Scotland

Pic of Abbey ruin

A 12th Century Cistercian Abbey founded in 1190 by Roland, Earl of Galloway. The remains include a handsome Chapter house and occupies a site of great natural beauty. It was visited by Robert the Bruce and James IV. Mary Queen of Scots stayed here during a royal progress. It has a coach and car park, exhibition area, reasonable wheelchair access, disabled toilets. 2 miles North West of Glenluce off A75.

Disabled access
April to September:
9:30am-6:30pm Monday to Saturday, 2pm-6:30pm Sunday
October to March:
9:30am-4:30pm Saturday, 2pm-4:30pm Sunday.
Adult: £1.50, Child: 75p, Concessions: £1.10
Glenluce Abbey, Glenluce, Newton Stewart DG8
Tel: (0131) 668 8800