Bronze age burial mound of local warlord.
Medieval field system and farmstead.
MacAdams arrive at Craigengillan.
Crown charter grants them the land of Craigengillan.
Estate inherited by John McAdam.
Craigengillan House enlarged.
Stable block and gate lodge completed.
Ness Glen footpath first created, mansion house extended, ice house and tunnels built, Ladies Loch formed and polices developed.
Northeast tower and crow-stepped gables added to Craigengillan House.
40 horses sent to South Africa from Craigengillan for the relief of Mafeking.
Formal gardens laid out.
Jansen of Paris commissioned to remodel the interior. ‘20th Century interiors of international significance’.
Extensive rock and water garden created by the celebrated firm of James Pulham and Sons.
new hot houses built.
School of Aerial Gunnery airfield built on Promised Land.
Visitors to the estate included Prince Rainier the Third. The King and Queen of Sweden, Prime Ministers Baldwin and Chamberlain and Lord Redesdale, father of the Mitford sisters.
Craigengillan bought by Mark Gibson.
Suspension Bridge built across the river Doon at the foot of Ness Glen
Scottish Dark Sky Observatory.