Ayrshire Nature and Ancient Sites
In this 17th-century thatched house, Robert Burns and friends formed a debating club in 1780. Burns attended dancing lessons, and was initiated into Freemasonry here, in 1781.
The Burns National Heritage Park offers visitors a chance to experience the rich heritage of Burns within the environment that inspired his imagination
Dean Castle Country Park covers over 200 acres providing beautiful woodland walks
Dundonald Castle was built by Robert II in the 1370s to mark his succession to the throne of Scotland
Heads Of Ayr Farm Park provides family entertainment and lets children get close to the animals
Loudoun Castle Theme park is one of Scotlands best days out, set in a picturesque area, steeped in scottish history
Rising through four floors and powered by a six metre water wheel, this is one of the oldest and tallest grain mills surviving in Scotland.
The Dick Institute is home to many galleries with permanent and temporary displays of fine art, modern arts, crafts and natural sciences.
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