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Broughton House and Garden (NTS)
Broughton House and Garden (NTS)

Broughton House and Garden (NTS)

This fascinating 18th century house was the home and studio from 1901 to 1933 of the artist E A Hornel. Japanese-style garden and 'Scottish' garden above the River Dee.

This fascinating 18th-century house in the pleasant coastal town of Kirkcudbright was the home and studio from 1901 to 1933 of the artist E A Hornel, one of the 'Glasgow Boys'. It contains many of his works, paintings by contemporary artists, and an extensive collection of Scottish books and local history material. Hornel's studio overlooks the delightful Japanese-style garden, still much as he created it. Beyond is a 'Scottish' garden in a fine position above the River Dee.

Contact and Information

12 High Street
Kirkcudbright
DG6 4JX
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Facilities

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Toilets Available
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Pushchair Friendly
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Gift Shop
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Disabled Toilets
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Picnic Area

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