23-24 September 2017
For over 400 years Prestongrange was a focus of industry. A harbour, glass works, pottery, colliery and brickworks have all left their marks on the landscape including winding gear, a vast brick kiln and a Cornish beam engine. Cradled by woodland the site is now a haven for wildlife where you can explore these monumental relics of Scotland’s industrial heritage. Visitor centre, museum and café are all family friendly with indoor play area for children, activity sheets and outdoor games.
Join us for a guided tour between 12 noon and 3pm starting from the Visitor Centre. The guided tour will go into some buildings with steps and slightly uneven ground.