Attractions

Ayrshire is a fantastic place to holiday so while you are here you can experience what's on offer.

We understand that you may bring your family, spouse or partner who won't be playing golf. Perhaps while you are golfing your partner, spouse or family can take in the sights of Ayrshire and enjoy a great day out. Here is a selection in the area:

Robert Burns

The most famous son of Ayrshire is Rabbie Burns - born in Alloway, Ayr his words still touch the heart and mind, and he is toasted annually at Burns Suppers throughout the world. Burns is commemorated around Ayrshire through a wealth of sites and monuments. Enjoy the experience at the Burns National Heritage Park and Burns Cottage in Ayr.

Culzean Castle

Travel south from Ayr along the scenic coastal route (A719) for approximately 8 miles to one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions. Culzean Castle and Country Park is often described as the 'Jewel in the Crown' for the National Trust of Scotland. Built on a cliff-top and marvellously restored, Culzean offers beautiful gardens, an adventure playground, period furnishings and a deer park.

Ayr Racecourse

Fancy a flutter on the horses? Ayr Racecourse is Scotland's finest and plays host to the Ayr Gold Cup and the Scottish Grand National. Ideal for a great day out.

Shopping and Ayr Central

Throughout Ayrshire there are a number of thriving independent retailers as well as the busy Ayr town centre boasting major shopping stores such as Ayr Central. The smaller towns of Kilmarnock, Irvine, Prestwick, Troon and Girvan all have a unique shopping experience on offer.

Local Events

Why not check to see what local Ayrshire events are taking place. Enjoy the local hospitality and have a memorable time.

Spend The Day Your Way!

From the best in Scottish bowling to the beautiful Ayrshire coast, from leisure centres to go-karting! There's always something to do in Ayrshire!