Cultybraggan is a great day out. Spend the day with us and find out more about its fascinating past, present and future.
A new visitor attraction has launched for 2018 at Camp 21 Cultybraggan! We have introduced modest entry fees to help cover the cost of the investment and, we hope, give us some resources to develop the visitor experience further. All money raised will be used to maintain and develop the site so we can continue to tell its fascinating story for generations to come.
FIVE REASONS TO VISIT CULTYBRAGGAN
- The only WW2 Prisoner of War camp open to the public in Scotland
- See the Cultybraggan Cartoon Collection: 66 pictures drawn by a POW in 1944/45
- Go back in time in our recreation of prisoner accommodation
- Learn all about the history of the camp through our brand new storyboard tour
- See how the camp is being used today by local businesses and the Comrie Community while preserving the history for future generations
Situated just a mile outside the picturesque village of Comrie, Cultybraggan Camp can be found nestling beneath the rugged Aberuchill Hills and alongside the Water of Ruchill.
Whether you are interested in its origins as a World War II prisoner of war camp, or want to reminisce about your stays here in the military or as a cadet or maybe you just want to learn about the way in which the Trust and local community are using and developing the camp, we look forward to welcoming you here soon.
The camp is open to visitors daily from 10am to 4pm every day for self-guided visits. Scheduled Guided Tours of the camp are available every Sunday of the month from May to September while at all other times, bespoke tours for groups and tour buses are available at any time by arrangement.
Adults – £5.00
Concessions* – £4.00
Children (under 16) – Free
Comrie residents – Free annual pass available on request
*Concessions: Over 60 years old, Students, Unemployed, Military / Ex-military