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Opening Times and Prices

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Opening Hours

Winter closure

We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who has visited the Multiverse in 2020 – from our regular local supporters to those who have travelled from further afield, as the restrictions have allowed. 

In what has been a challenging year for us all, we have been pleased to be able to remain open as an accessible and green space for daily exercise and those looking to re-connect with the outdoors.

However, after careful consideration, we feel that the Multiverse site is in need of a well earned rest and a period of hibernation to recover and renew. So we will be remaining closed until the Spring, when we look forward to welcoming everyone back in 2021.

Thank you again for your ongoing support.  

Admission Prices

The following provides details of our minimum entry fees and voluntary donations would be most welcome.

Adult £5.00

Young Person £2.00

Under 5s Free

Family (2 Adults/3 Children) £12.00

Carers receive a complimentary ticket with a paying adult or young person.

Loyalty Card

For regular visitors to the Multiverse we are introducing the option to purchase an annual Loyalty Card – pay once and visit all year!  *T&Cs Apply.

You’ll be given a handy Crawick Multiverse Loyalty Card that will fit in your purse or wallet, and when you return again you just have to show this card to gain free entry to the site.

Individual Loyalty Card £10

Family Loyalty Card (2 Adults/3 Children) £15.00


Residents with a DG4 and ML12 Postcode:  To say thank you for the local support we receive all year around we offer a 50% discount off entry prices to residents with a DG4 and ML12 postcode, with proof of ID (applies to individual and family entry as well as annual loyalty cards).

Armed Forces and Emergency Services:  We offer a 50% discount off entry tickets for members of the Armed Forces and Emergency Services, with proof of ID during our normal opening hours (applies to individual and family entry as well as annual loyalty cards).



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