Sadly, in light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, Cultybraggan Camp remains CLOSED to any unauthorised visitors.
We hope to welcome visitors back in Spring 2021 and will announce an opening date on our website and Facebook page
nearer the time.
Please stay safe.
As at 13 July 2020, the Visitor Attraction at Cultybraggan Camp remains closed until further notice.
As at 13 July 2020, the Visitor Attraction at Cultybraggan Camp remains closed to visitors and will remain closed until further notice.
At Cultybraggan POW Camp, Come and experience the Nissen huts and jail-block,
where Hamish worked in 1947.
More information and weekend programme can be found here:-
An Arts & Crafts Fair with a variety of stalls ranging from jewellery, wrought iron work, wooden crafts and many other handmade and artisan products.
- D HCarry On Culty. Best day out, this is a brilliant place an old World War II prison camp . Open day's here are packed with history, people dressed in period clothing, classic vehicles and family entertainment. Big bonus was the great whether. Roll on next time.
- Jude AA very interesting piece of history which has survived to benefit the local community.
- John USuperb weekend up at the ROC Nuclear Bunker. (FAO Cultybraggan , there are two Nuclear bunkers at Cultybraggan. One a large complex owned by a communications company and this one photographed here, a ROC Bunker) Note the photos quite clearly show the small ROC Bunker and not the large bunker owned by Bogons 👍🏻