The Whithorn centre has a great museum of finds from the dig just behind it. Delicious sarnies or soup in the cafe and gift shop. The interpretation section follows the story of Whithorn from earliest times, including books on the area, with special focus on St Ninian, who brought Christianity to Scotland 1600 years ago. There are interdenominational prayers every week day at noon in the catholic church to celebrate this. Yet, despite all this history, the council wishes to close it.
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