Glen Luce Abbey    




Founded around 1192, Glenluce is situated in a beautiful and peaceful valley. Visitors can see an exhibition of objects excavated on the site

The location in the secluded valley of the Water of Luce, easily conveying a sense of the isolation and peaceful tranquillity that was so important to the Cistercian way of life.
The south transept isa well-preserved fragment of 13th-century Cistercian church architecture.
The chapter house built around 1500 and still roofed and entire, with fine architectural features and a wonderful acoustic.
The museum of monastic life is a fascinating collection of artefacts found during clearance work.