Cultybraggan Camp, the only preserved POW camp in Scotland, was built in 1941 to hold 4000 Prisoners. Post-war it was used as a military training facility and then in 2007 was bought by the village of Comrie. Comrie Heritage Group invites you to see inside several of the 80 Nissen huts not normally open to the public, to discover the history of the camp and our plans to preserve its heritage.
Guided tours or self-guided leaflet available
Highlights include: “Living the Life of a German POW”; military vehicles &military exhibitions; NAAFI van selling refreshments; book signing by Valerie Campbell, author of ‘Camp 21 Comrie’.
Building Date: 1941
Highlights include Living the Life of a German POW; exhibitions including military vehicles and a reproduction Enigma machine; a Spitfire simulator and a NAAFI van selling refreshments. Guided tours will be provided or look round at your own pace with our self-guided leaflet.