The Scottish Cycle Museum at Drumlanrig Castle has had a makeover. It was good before, but now it's even better.
Drumlanrig is close to Keir Mill, where Kirkpatrick Macmillan invented the first pedal-driven bicycle in 1842. This small museum in the stableyard celebrates everything that's good on two wheels.
Drumlanrig has beautiful gardens, a great adventure playground and a good cafe. The cycle museum is an added bonus and if that wasn't enough, there are some Andy Goldsworthy sculptures around the grounds which we've never yet managed to find. There's always a good reason to go back for another look.