Torhouse Stone Circle

Why we love Torhouse Stone Circle

Torhouse Stone Circle, located in Wigtownshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, is a remarkable prehistoric monument consisting of 19 granite boulders arranged in a circle, some of which are over six feet tall. This Bronze Age site is believed to have been constructed around 4,500 years ago, and its purpose remains shrouded in mystery, though it is thought to have had spiritual or ceremonial significance. Visitors to the Torhouse Stone Circle can marvel at the ancient structure, which has remained remarkably intact over the centuries.

The site provides an invaluable insight into ancient Scottish culture and provides an opportunity to reflect on the ingenuity of our ancestors, who were able to construct such enduring monuments without the use of modern technology. The site is open to visitors year-round and is a must-see destination for history buffs and anyone fascinated by the mysteries and secrets of the past.