Crossraguel Abbey

Crossraguel was sacked in 1307 by the army of Edward I. It was rebuilt on a larger scale and remained a monastery until 1560, when the Reformation ended monastic institutions in Scotland. Some of the stone has been removed for local construction, but the Abbey ruins remain some of the most complete of any medieval religious house to survive in Scotland. The site is looked after by Historic Scotland and is open to the public with an entrance charge.

Ref: Crossraguel Abbey

Date: 16/05/2008

Location: Maybole

Photographer: Martin Skidmore

Crossraguel Abbey
Crossraguel Abbey

Crossraguel was sacked in 1307 by the army of Edward I. It was rebuilt on a larger scale and remained a monastery until 1560, when the Reformation ended monastic institutions in Scotland. Some of the stone has been removed for local construction, but the Abbey ruins remain some of the most complete of any medieval religious house to survive in Scotland. The site is looked after by Historic Scotland and is open to the public with an entrance charge.

Ref: Crossraguel Abbey

Date: 16/05/2008

Location: Maybole

Photographer: Martin Skidmore