7 September 2019 (10am till 5pm)
8 September 2019 (10am till 5pm)
Situated by the Lockerbie Air Disaster Memorial and Garden of Remembrance Dryfesdale Lodge Visitors’ Centre is not just a memorial to the disaster but is also a tribute to the tight-knit community of Lockerbie. Since opening, the centre welcomes many thousands of visitors from home and abroad each year.
There are two exhibition rooms in the lodge and also the Dryfesdale Room that is used as a quiet room for visitors to reflect. The first exhibition room houses a permanent exhibition on the history of Lockerbie stretching from its pre-historic origins to 1988’s terrorist attack and beyond. The second exhibition room hosts a number of exhibitions throughout the year ranging from the history of Curling in Lockerbie to work done by the local Spinners Weavers and Dyers.
The Lockerbie Air Disaster Memorial sits within the tranquil setting of the Garden of Remembrance at the far end of Dryfesdale Cemetery. The garden of pretty flower beds and individual
Guide will be on hand/Display/Exhibition of Lockerbie Riding of Marches. www.dryfesdalelodge.org.uk