Opening times and prices

Opening Times

March to June10am to 4pm
July and August*10am to 6pm
September to February10am to 4pm

Pricing

Adult£5.00
Adult Concession (60+)£4.00
Child (5-16)£2.00
Under 5sFree
Family (2 Adults+3 Children)£12.50

 

Buying tickets

Tickets are available to purchase on site at Crawick. You can also purchase them from A’ the Airts in Sanquhar and the Kirkconnel Heritage Society. By visiting you are helping support The Crawick Multiverse Trust, a charity registered on Scotland. Thank you for your support.

For further information please don’t hesitate to call us on 01659 50242.

Season Passes

Buy a Season Pass and visit Crawick as often as you like!

Individual pass: £12.50

Family pass (2 adults, up to 3 children): £20.00

There is a discounted Season Pass rate for local residents in the DG4 and ML12 postcode areas. Please bring proof of address with you.

Group visits

For more information on costs and availability for schools and other group visits please contact info@crawickmultiverse.co.uk.

Facilities

  • There are toilets available on site in the car park.
  • Please note elements of the Crawick Multiverse present rough terrain and therefore we advise all visitors to come with suitable footwear.

Finding your way around the site

You can download a map of the site before your visit, or pick one up when you arrive.

Download the map here (PDF)

Site restrictions

  • Waste bins provided
  • Dogs are allowed, however they should be kept under control at all times and any waste removed from the site or binned. Please note that unfortunately dogs (with the exception of assistance dogs) are not permitted at the Summer Solstice Festival from 24-26 June.
  • No overnight camping.
  • No overnight parking.
  • No BBQs.
  • Pedestrian access only beyond the car park.
  • Photography and filming is allowed at Crawick Multiverse for personal, non-commercial purposes only. If you are looking to use Crawick Multiverse for commercial photography/videography, please contact us. Each enquiry will be taken on its own merit depending on the level of access to the site that’s required and the intended use of the final photographs.