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Crossraguel Abbey, Maybole

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • There are works going on here at the minute with lots of scaffolding so you will need to bear that in mind,however-this is a very beautiful set of ruins of the old abbey. It is quite a large site and ...  more »
  • We were able to look around the walls, although there were extensive refurbishment works underway. We were staying at Culzean, and followed up on the historical links between the two places.  more »
  • A must see, full of history and wonder and a little imagination of what this wonderful place would have looked like. The man who worked in the Visitor Centre was very helpful that's when we became mem...  more »
Google
  • July 2016 currently undergoing stabilisation work so the Choiristry is under scaffolding. However there was still plenty to see and it took me around 35 mins to see it all. You get a lovely view from the top of the tower which gives a clearer picture of the Abbeys layout. It must have been an impressive sight in its day with the high walls creating a peaceful atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Such an Amazing place steeped in so much history. A definite must see.
  • It's a total waste of time and money. For me it does not worth it there are really a lot of places way better than this one. You can check most of it for free, just park near by and go behind the building you will there realise that there is no reason to pay to go inside. Just my opinion.
  • Amazing!