The Whithorn Trust was set up in 1986 to explore the archaeology and history of Whithorn, and to examine its role in the evolution of Christianity in Scotland.
The Trust was established as a direct consequence of an archaeological excavation at Whithorn in 1984. This project showed that remains had survived which dated back to the early centuries of Whithorn's development as a Christian centre. These discoveries were so significant as to justify further investigation.
Museum, Archaeological site, Association or society
Tickets are £4.50 per adult, £3 for concessions, £2.25 for a child and £12 for a family. There are discounts for Historic Scotland members and for groups. Bookings are advisable for group visits.
Toilets for disabled
45-47 George Street