Wigtown County Buildings
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The County Buildings were constructed in 1862 as the administrative centre for the former county of Wigtownshire. The flamboyant French gothic style of architecture is both unexpected and wonderfully out of place in such a small Scottish market town.
The County buildings were renovated a few years ago and are now used for a variety of community-related activities. The building also houses the town library, a wild life interpretation room and a small museum.