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Gemmell’s Garden Centre Gift Shop
#1 of 1 things to do in Stair
Great soft play, small but easy to see kids.
Friends with young children - Fun day out
Blackstone Clydesdales & Dig-a-Day Experience Cumnock 8.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Cumnock
We all loved the beautiful gentle horses as well as all the other animals, pigs, highland cattle, hens and alpacas(in the distance) The kids loved clapping the horses, including young foals as well as Claudia the...
I think a visit to Blackstone would be the best farm experience ever for small children....from the lovely huts for pigs and hens to the Bonnie highland cows and alpacas in the fields.
Heads of Ayr Farm Park Ayr 9.3 mi away
#1 of 26 things to do in Ayr
went for the day while staying at craig tara x got bus to top of Hill short walk to farm and walked back xx lots to do we had 3 adults and 8 kids in our party xx kids loved it x loved feeding the animals x enjoyed...
amazing, very friendly and helpful staff, kids loved every minute of it and will go again on out next visit, a short walk uphill from craig tara so ideal if you staying there
Ayr Seafront Playpark Ayr 6.7 mi away
#3 of 26 things to do in Ayr
The kids love this park so much Good choice of swings chutes Swings if all shapes and sizes Airial slides were such fun the kids really enjoyed this park Lovely views of the coast The tide was coming in when we we...
The kids really enjoyed the tall slides and the zip lines, while my youngest child loves the small childrens area, it was filled with sand and had little slides, swings and more perfect for his age.
Scottish Maritime Museum Irvine 12.0 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Irvine
The Linthouse structure itself is amazing and the many and varied fascinating exhibits within were really interesting and the hands-on opportunities for children (and big kids) were really good.
The kids loved it and it was so refreshing to go somewhere informative and fun!
Rozelle Park Ayr 7.1 mi away
#4 of 26 things to do in Ayr
Great for young kids and adults too Duck pond, long wooden walking areas Wooden statues Large playing fields Good parking Local to swing parks and other parks If your a member of secret stones it’s a great place t...
This is the place to visit, Its got so many lovley wooded walk and Now some great Tree Sculpture, Its a Must place for Kids and Dog walkers, a family Fun Day.
Dean Castle and Country Park Kilmarnock 9.9 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Kilmarnock
Historical and beautiful castle and grounds with nature trails nd animals and a great visitors centre with a tea room great place for walks with the kids or a gentle stroll with a loved one we love it so much we d...
Picnic packed, bring a ball (and your sun cream!) and have a good and free family day out with anything you could want whether your children like animals or nature or running about or learning about history before...
Dundonald Castle Dundonald 8.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Dundonald
Staff were particularly welcoming and friendly, and within the Visitors' Centre is a fascinating Museum, charting the history of the castle from the mists of time, with facsimile shields of the various families as...
... glory you an book the tour or just wander around at your leisure we chose the latter with the grand kids and they loved it especially at the top of the castle where the view was amazing where you can look out ...
Troon Beach Troon 7.9 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Troon
The beach was clean & dog friendly with fantastic space for everyone to indulge in doggy type activities & family fun; walking, jogging, swimming in the sea etc, really quiet except for the busy road, however the...
Great beach for a walk always clean and great for dog walking or taking the kids love it you can walk round to prestwick past the golf course or go on the smugglers trail.
Culzean Castle Maybole 11.8 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Maybole
admission can be expensive but if you park at Maidens shore car park and walk in its Free .. well worth a visit however you do it with restaurant on the grounds great for kids to explore.
We learnt far much more about the history of the castle and the Kennedy family as people, as well as Robert Adam's story (you'll have to find that out on your visit).
Kidz Play Prestwick 6.0 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Prestwick
Whatever the weather this is a fantastic spot for children from babies upwards Well maintained, clean, good open area where adults can observe from their table.
Always a geat way to spend an afternoon, kids love it in here and so do adults, we attend here regular
Pirate Pete's Ayr 6.7 mi away
#9 of 26 things to do in Ayr
Pirate Petes is such a great soft play for children of any age, my niece and nephew absolutely love it, the staff are always brilliant, there's also a wide selection of really tasty food!
The kids love this good fun and good food, well worth spending a couple hours with the kids, our grandkids love it, good cup of tea and snack, will do it again we live in Ayr but still visit on weekends
Dumfries House New Cumnock 6.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in New Cumnock
Beautifully preserved mansion, with much of the original furniture, lovely grounds, walled garden, kids play area, good cafe, great restaurant and amazing welcoming staff and volunteers.
The rooms are beautifully restored; lots of interesting paintings, some on loan - a Monet, a superb Valasquez (worth the trip on it's own!) as well as the usual family portraits and, of course, the much publicised...
Dick Institute Kilmarnock 8.9 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Kilmarnock
been visiting the dick Institute since I was a kid, mainly for the library but the museum has just got better and better through the years, well kept and great fun for adults and kids,the surrounding grounds are w...
I have been going to this beautiful building since I was a child browsing through the books in the children's library and being amazed by so many books in the adult section which my mother chose from.
Burns National Heritage Park Ayr 7.1 mi away
#7 of 26 things to do in Ayr
The superb museum is a real treasure with some lots to see and enjoy, and children will love it with loads of interactive displays.
Fantastic day Kids loved it as its a fun way to educate them.
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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum Ayr 7.3 mi away
#6 of 26 things to do in Ayr
The staff are v v friendly and informative and the kids loved their trip on the Poets Path buggy learning all about the various attractions along the way!
... at the cottage was really informative, the little oversized golf buggy type thing that you can catch to take you along poets path was a unexpected surprise and probably the highlight of the day for the kids!
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Fullarton Fairy Trail Troon 7.1 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Troon
Wonderful place for children and adults alike, fab walk through the tree and seeing all the contributions made by local people , well done to them all x recommended definitely take your children they will love it ️
Kids loved it loved the fairy stories and seeing fairies homes also playback was good for picnicking
The Kay Park Kilmarnock 9.3 mi away
#4 of 17 things to do in Kilmarnock
Excellent park for children with ducks and swans beside it in lake Lots of things to do and zip wire great.
Had a lovely family get together at Kay park...it is disabled friendly...we enjoyed a picnic as well as feeding the swans....
Ayr Equestrian Centre Ayr 3.0 mi away
#11 of 26 things to do in Ayr
I have been taking my children here for private lessons whenever we visit their grandparents in Alloway and they really love it.
Superb family run yard
The Palace Theatre and Grand Hall Kilmarnock 9.1 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Kilmarnock
We came to the panto this year was fantastic especially for the kids.
The theatre layout gives plenty of room and a decent view if the stage from most seats - our view was blocked by an extremely large family who took up the space in front of us - but a quick word with the manager g...
Carnegie Public Library Ayr 6.2 mi away
#14 of 26 things to do in Ayr
You can research your family history as well as accessing IT facilities.
I go here regularly with a class of children.
Barony Colliery Auchinleck 5.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Auchinleck
We also thought about their families and how they must have worried about husbands, sons, fathers, uncles daily being lowered thousands of feet below the ground to a world most of us cannot imagine.
Also a great play area for the kids Definitely worth stopping at.
Jungle Madness Soft Play Kilmarnock 9.8 mi away
#5 of 17 things to do in Kilmarnock
The staff are also very helpful and the place is avaliable for private parties, I would recommend it to any parents, your kids will really enjoy all the activities and I can assure you, they will sleep well after...
We had two children with special dietary requirements and both were excellently catered for.
Blairquhan Castle Maybole 10.9 mi away
#3 of 5 things to do in Maybole
We stayed on the estate for 3 days with family and friends, most of them coming from abroad.
It was like going through the process with a family member.
The Swimmer Sculpture by Shona Kinloch Kilmarnock 9.0 mi away
#6 of 17 things to do in Kilmarnock
Don’t miss them, they’re different, eye catching fun and children clamber over them too.