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Designed by the internationally renowned landscape artist Charles Jencks, Crawick multiverse is built on land that was an opencast mine. Currently free to visit, it's a fascinating and educational way to spend a few hours. Great views across Upper Nithsdale from the top. Take good...More
We planned our day to include a visit to the art park. We wanted to see the regeneration of the opencast mine.
We checked the website before leaving for opening hours and the site was shown as open from 10am. There was no other messages....More
We enjoy visiting art parks and this one is inspired. We had the park to ourselves on our visit which was quite short on this occasion however we managed to get around it all in an hour. Our son who is six had a great...More
An interesting redevelopment of an old opencast mine with great views of the surrounding countryside. Great use of stone on the site and a more industrial interpretation of Jencks landforms. Dogs are welcome too which is great and there are plenty bins dotted around for...More
We happened to be in the area and came upon the Multiverse by chance, so had no idea what to expect - it was a really pleasant surprise! Being there quite early meant that it was deserted and that added to the somewhat other worldly...More
We loved this place. At the moment it’s free to go in as clearly there is still some work to be done, especially to the paths, but overall we were entranced by the stones, the spirals, the hills and the whole landscape. It’s very helpful...More
We travelled here on a hot sunny day, but having grew up in the area, we took extra clothing (just in case). Plenty of room in car park, about another 10 cars there when we visited. We set off along the left hand walk and...More