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Calgary Art in Nature

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Calgary Art in Nature

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5-Day Iona, Mull and the Isle of Skye Small-Group Tour from Edinburgh
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5-Day Iona, Mull and the Isle of Skye Small-Group Tour from Edinburgh

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Adventure through wild countryside, ancient villages, and unspoiled islands in a group of maximum 16 people on this 5-day Scottish adventure. See the Isle of Mull, the Isle of Skye, Loch Ness, Loch Lomond, and so much more, with an optional excursion to Staffa. Your tour includes four nights’ B&B accommodation in Oban and Portree, Skye, in your choice of guesthouse or hotel, as well as discounts on entrance fees.
US$1,039.61 per adult
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Fergs85 wrote a review Oct 2020
Thornton-Le-Dale, United Kingdom808 contributions157 helpful votes
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We stopped off here as part of an afternoon’s drive around the north-western point of Mull. This allows you to also visit Calgary Bay and Lip-na-Cloiche, so it all makes for a diverting afternoon. As for Calgary Art in Nature, there’s a good café, with outdoor seating and a small art gallery, and then plenty to explore in the neighbouring woodland and hillside, with a range of quirky sculptures to locate and admire. Great views down to the beach at certain points also help to make this an interesting and unusual activity, and one that would be perfect for families.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MS53LA1 wrote a review Oct 2020
Needingworth, United Kingdom121 contributions32 helpful votes
In so many ways this is a fabulous place to visit. The sculptures are varied, interesting and apposite. The car park is free, the toilets clean and free - although it would be a mean spirited person who failed to use the cafe as well. By the way, the cakes are lovely. You can even do part of the sculpture walk, go to the cinema beach and then do some more. It feels churlish to give only 4* but we couldn't find all the sculptures or a 'natural' way to walk though see them all on one circuit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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chaosLythamStAnnes wrote a review Sep 2020
Lytham St Annes166 contributions64 helpful votes
We really enjoyed looking around the galleries and the beautiful artwork of all media. We had coffee and cake in the morning and then came back for lunch later. The staff worked very hard and kept apologising for the delays at lunchtime, but they were very busy and Covid was slowing service down because of all the precautions, and it really didn’t matter because it’s such a lovely place.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Chrisways wrote a review Aug 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom15 contributions16 helpful votes
Very interesting trail with great variety of sculptures something for everyone. Glorious setting. The Art Gallery is also a must showing a very diverse range of work. Finally the cafe is not to be missed whether just for coffee or lunch gorgeous home made food a little different from the norm and the most delicious cakes on the island.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Andrew R wrote a review Feb 2020
76 contributions27 helpful votes
For £2 per adult, we had a great time getting lost among the art exhibits in between the breaks in the weather. Great views can be had from the highest point of the trails. I say lost - but we were never far from the next path. Sometimes, the map provided was a little hard to follow but there was an amazing range of sculpted pieces to locate. Tried the zip wire too! Added to the excellent gallery with self service coffee bar, this place is well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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