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Culzean Castle and Country Park
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
From beautiful beaches with stunning views across to Arran, acres of countryside to explore, the historic castle and a magical adventure playground, make sure you have plenty of time to get the most out of your vi...
... wonderful set of walks in sheer peace and tranquillity and the house/castle itself is a splendid well maintained bit of architecture There is also on site a lovely second hand book show --that is a must visit too
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Heads of Ayr Farm Park
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
this is a tremendous facility for kids with an abundance of animals to view, also a brilliant range of play areas with swings, chutes, trampolines, etc, etc. a brilliant day out.
The picnic areas were plenty where you could sit and have a picnic with amazing views,the staff were so friendly and helpful.
Burns Monument and Gardens
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
Amazing place to visit and walk around The views and trees are just amazing!
There are plenty seats around the gardens for visitors to enjoy the flowers / shruberry : We particularly enjoyed the view from the Brig O Doon : Also enjoyed our lunch in the lovely bright cafeteria, & purcha...
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Burns National Heritage Park
#4 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
Within a compact area (no more tha 5 minutes walk between attractions) you can view Burn's Cottage (the Alloway birthplace of poet, Robert Burns), The Burns Monument and Gardens and, the recently opened Burns Heri...
The trip wes enhanced by beautiful weather so we took our time walking between sights.
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Ayr Equestrian Centre
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
They also had a good equestrian shop on site too.
Electric Brae
#6 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
It's about 20 minutes drive from Ayr and going along the coast road offers great views over the Firth to Arran and Ailsa Craig.
If you visit Ayrshire this is a must always loots of tour busses go here not big but impressed & on a good day the view of the Ayrshire coast is amazing visit small fishing village dunure.
Bachelors' Club
#7 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
Greenan Castle
#8 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
Lovely views over the sea, peaceful and relaxing place, well worth visiting if you like this kind of activity.
But you can climb the hill from the beach and have a closer look and a more magnificent view.
Belleisle Conservatory
#9 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
Alloway Auld Kirk Alloway 1.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Alloway
Loudon Hall
#10 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
This appears to be a historical landmark near the city centre, we took pictures and that’s what I’m sharing but I don’t know much else
Citadel of Ayr
#11 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr
Just back after a 5 day fabulous holiday at ayr this modern accommodation it top notch it offers exquisite sea views from the large Windows surrounding the hole apartment the top off the range kitchen and beautifu...
Culzean Castle Maybole 6.7 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Maybole
The house is stunningly situated and reasonably interesting but it is the the grounds and the great variety of beautiful sights which are the most rewarding.
The whole area is spotless, well maintained and really beautiful with views of the gardens and our to see that are to die for.
Dunure Castle Dunure 5.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Dunure
Excellent amazing history views out of this world great place for dolphin spotting could sit there all day and just look around
The castle is in ruins but commands an excellent view of the Firth.
Wallace and Burns Cairn
#12 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Ayr