Crawick Multiverse will reopen to the public this week after being closed for renovation work.

The popular spot near Sanquhar, is a 55-acre visitor destination featuring standing stones, great sculpted mounds and other breathtaking features – all inspired by astronomy and the cosmos.

It was closed in February in order to allow essential work to take place.

Now it is set to reopen its doors, this Friday, April 1 at 10am.

Having opened in 2015, the site links the themes of space, astronomy and cosmology through an amazing network of paths – which allows visitors to navigate features and landforms that represent the sun, universes, galaxies, black holes, comets and much more.

Over the past seven years, it has become a popular spot for people of all ages.

Caroline McMillan, CMT trustee, said: “I’m lucky enough to live very close to Crawick Multiverse and have enjoyed visiting since it opened in 2015.

“It’s a fantastic place to spend time with family and friends of all ages and perfect for meeting up to walk the dog or enjoy a picnic.

“We want the Multiverse to be a place that visitors and the local community can enjoy in many different ways – and hope to bring more outdoor events and festivals in the future.”