You must select the date of your first visit when purchasing a pass online – your pass will become valid from this date.
You can also buy a Dumfries and Galloway Explorer Pass in person at the first Historic Scotland property you visit.
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Small scale exploratory terrestrial excavations were carried out on the surface of the island in 1966-7 revealing the footings of drystone/clay packed walls that the excavator interpreted as the stone undercroft of a wooden framed building (Williams 1971, 123).Buy your Dumfries Pass Adult: Individuals aged 16-59 yrs Concession: Aged 60yrs , Students in full time education (on production of valid ID), Unemployed (proof of Jobseekers Allowance, Incapacity Benefit or Income Support required) Child: Aged 5-15 yrs (under 5s admitted free) * Family: Two adults plus up to 6 children aged 5-15 yrs * Children must be accompanied by an adult. This pass is non-refundable and must only be used by the named signatory.Adult prices for the Dumfries and Galloway attractions: Your Dumfries and Galloway Explorer Pass becomes valid after your first site visit and is valid for 30 consecutive days from its first day of use. The Dumfries and Galloway Explorer Pass is valid from April to October only.Radiocarbon dates obtained during the excavation suggest that the main packwerk mound at Loch Arthur was constructed in one event at some point during the 4th to 3rd centuries BC.After a period of abandonment, represented by the deposition of natural loch silts, a boulder capping was placed on the original packwerk mound sometime in or after the 15th century AD.Despite a complete absence of finds, Williams offered a 15th to 16th century AD date for the crannog based on two bronze tripod cooking pots which had been recovered from the loch in the 19th century.