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Crawick Multiverse | B740
Sanquhar | Dumfries & Galloway,


Open Daily:
Mon – Thurs (10am – 4pm)
Fri – Sun (10am – 6pm)


Phone 01659 50242


32-34 High Street
Sanquhar | Dumfries And Galloway


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How to find us

We encourage visitors to travel on foot, by bicycle or on public transport whenever possible. We are well connected to the train network and are conveniently located just off the A76 for those using the local bus route or travelling by car, coach, motorcycle or motorhome.

Postcode: DG4 6EG

For help planning your visit feel free to call 01659 50242 or email:

By car, motorcyle, COACH or motorhome

Crawick Multiverse is situated just off the A76 (Dumfries to Kilmarnock), 25 miles north of Dumfries, and is 15 miles from the M74 (Abington).
There is parking available on site for those travelling by car, motorcycle, coach or motorhome. There is a bicycle rack for cyclists and coach parties and tour groups are always welcome, although we advise calling to reserve a coach space in advance. For those who don’t want to leave, and who are travelling in a motorhome or campervan, it is possible to book one of the new stop-over spaces on site – spaces are limited so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Travelling South on the A76 from Kilmarnock, pass through the village Kirkconnel, go approx. 2.5 miles towards Sanquhar , turn left on the B740 Crawfordjohn, as you travel on the B740 after 250m you will pass under a viaduct (rail bridge) take the 2nd exit on the left approximately 100m past the viaduct for Crawick Multiverse.

Travelling North on the A76 from Dumfries, pass through the village of Sanquhar as you leave the village you will turn right on to the B740 Crawfordjohn, as you travel on the B740 after 250m you will pass under a viaduct (rail bridge) take the 2nd exit on the left approximately 100m past the viaduct for Crawick Multiverse.

Travelling North on the M74 from Carlisle exit at Junction 13 Abington services, take the 2nd exit B7078, after 2.6 miles turn left on the B740, stay on this road for 13 miles turn right 100m before the prominent viaduct for Crawick Multiverse.

Travelling South on the M74 from Glasgow exit junction 13 Abington services, take the forth exit on the roundabout marked A702, head over the motorway take the 2nd exit B7078 after 2.6 miles turn left on the B740, stay on this road for 13 miles turn right 100m before the prominent viaduct for Crawick Multiverse.

Public Transport

Sanquhar Railway Station is situated a mile from Crawick Multiverse. There are regular services from Newcastle, Dumfries, Carlisle, Kilmarnock and Glasgow. For travel information, visit Trainline. (See By Foot note opposite when planning the walk from the Railway Station to Crawick Multiverse on foot).

The 221 bus service runs between Kirkconnel, Kelloholm, Sanquhar and Wanlockhead. The bus stops are at Sanquhar Police Station, Sanquhar Academy and Sanquhar High Street. (See By Foot note opposite when planning the walk from the Railway Station to Crawick Multiverse on foot).

The 246 bus service runs between Cumnock, New Cumnock, Kirkconnel, Sanquhar, Thornhill and Dumfries. (See By Foot note opposite when planning the walk from the Railway Station to Crawick Multiverse on foot).

Plan your trip with Traveline Scotland and Timetables (200 – 246)


Please find below a note of local taxi firms operating around the Crawick area. BJs of Sanquhar – 01659 58198, Murphy’s Taxis – 01659 67000, Key Taxis – 01659 67176

By Foot

From Sanquhar Railway Station: From platform one, make your way down Station Road, after 200m turn right on to Church Road. After 300m you will pass the Church on your right, after another 300m you will pass Sanquhar Academy on your left. Continue up Broomfield Road, then after 600m you will cross a foot bridge on your left. At the main junction ahead turn right, after 175m take the 2nd exit on the left to Crawick Multiverse.

By Bicycle

Dumfries and Galloway is the birthplace of the bicycle and there are many cycle routes to explore across the South of Scotland. Cycling is increasingly popular in the region, so there is a cycle rack on site for the convenience of all cyclists. E-bike chargers are also available, please ask for details at The Coalface.

This project is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – LEADER 2014-2020 programme
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