I visit castles and gardens in the west of Scotland, but Kilmartin beats them all. On my recent visit, as so often, it was to be wet in the middle of the day. So we started by driving around some of the standing stones, sculptured stones and circles, by which time the family, well exercised, enjoyed the museum (and particularly the lunch) all the more. Then, in the brighter afternoon, we walked and sheltered from showers around the cairns, which can be seen from the restaurant windows. The museum and the outdoor adventures grow on us all on every visit.
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