On 18 and 19 September CDT are taking part in the Doors Open Day when Cultybraggan Camp will open some of its Visitor Attraction buildings for the first and possibly the only time this year. This festival is coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust and supported by Historic Environment Scotland (HES). HES is a key funder of the Heritage Self Catering Project and two of the self-catering huts currently being renovated will be open to give visitors a chance to look inside.
The Heritage Self Catering Project and two of the self-catering huts currently being renovated will be open to give visitors a chance to look inside.
Not only will some of the heritage buildings and exhibitions be open to view, but visitors will be able to explore Hut 61 museum of military memorabilia. The Men’s Shed and Jim Thomson’s Woodland Crafts will also be opening their doors. Wild Hearth Bakery and Wild Wood Bros will be selling their produce and the Allotment Association will be serving teas and coffees and selling plants and edible produce.
Volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and bring the history of the Camp to life.
The Camp will be open from 10am to 4pm on both days. Entry is free but prior booking is essential. Tickets can be booked through the link: https://ti.to/comrie-development-trust/doors-open-days-2021