Got a question about visiting Cream o’ Galloway? We’ve gathered together the most commonly asked questions here. If your query isn’t covered please contact us and we’ll be happy to help.
We are still finalising our plans for 2021. Ice cream is, naturally, the main attraction at Cream o' Galloway, and our big ice cream scooping counter will open as soon as guidelines allow. We are open for takeaway ice cream, drinks and snacks from April 2021.
We will be providing events and activities, like our popular Ice Cream Making Workshop, and our all-day Cheese Making Course. These activities will take place in new facilities within Cream o' Galloway that are designed to be covid-safe and socially distanced. We expect these to open in May 2021.
Our Adventure Playground is now closed. You can read more about the closure of the Adventure Playground here.
Events cancelled up to 7 days before your visit will be refunded fully. Wherever possible, we will try to accommodate change of date requests. Unfortunately we are not able to change bookings within 48 hours of the planned date of visit.
We recommend planning to visit for 2-4 hours, and longer if you're taking part in an event or experience.
We recommend weather appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear that can cope with uneven ground. Please make sure you bring appropriate face masks as face coverings are essential in all indoor areas. Face coverings should not be used for children under the age of 5 years.
Yes, please see our online menu for details. Our scooping counter will normally include two dairy-free sorbets that are suitable for vegans. Our ice cream range is fully vegetarian, and most ice creams are gluten free. Please make our staff aware of any allergies or dietary requirements you have.
No. Due to Covid-19 we are unable to offer this at the present time.
Yes, we have a large number of picnic tables outside our visitor centre and along our nature trails.
Some areas of Cream o' Galloway have uneven surfaces and so may not be suitable for people with mobility problems. Some of our events involve a short walk on uneven farm roads which may not be suitable for some people. Please contact us to discuss your particular requirements and we will be happy to advise.
Assistance / guide dogs are welcome in all areas of Cream o’ Galloway.
Dogs must never be left unattended. Dogs are welcome in Picnic Areas, Garden, Nature Trails and our enclosed Dog Walk. With the exception of registered assistance or guide dogs, the Ice Cream Parlour and Cafe are a dog free zones.
Dog water and shaded areas are provided outside the visitor centre. Please never leave your dog unattended. Please dispose of dog waste responsibly.
Unfortunately we do not yet have an electric car charge point. There are 2 electric car charging points available at Gatehouse of Fleet Public Car Park and 1 charging point at Harbour Square Car Park, Kirkcudbright.