Corehouse Estate and Corra Castle Guided Walk

Join the Scottish Wildlife Trust Ranger for a guided walk around the Corehouse Estate including exclusive entry into Corra Castle.

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Wednesday 02 August 2017 6:30pm until 8:30 pm


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West Lodge, Corehouse Drive Lanark, South Lanarkshire ML11 9TQ United Kingdom

 This building is normally locked to the public so it is a real treat to be able to venture inside! Visitors will learn all about the history of the Corehouse Estate and the people who lived there. We will also take the opportunity to view Corra Linn from our recently restored viewpoint which affords a much closer and more intimate experience with this magnificent waterfall.

Please note – Due to unforeseen circumstances we are no longer able to enter the castle grounds.

Over 8 years only.

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Busy on this date? We are also running this event on the 3rd July.

Booking essential.

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