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Off Silver Avenue
This is one of the National Trust's most visited properties and definitely worth a look. There's a vast range of sights for the whole family, including a deer park, gas court, ice ...
Built on the site of a Viking fortress, parts of Brodick castle date from the 13th Century, but its real splendor was established in the 18th Century. Especially impressive are the ...
The Festival Club is a great place to attend music festivals, drama and other exciting events when in Ayr. A must visit!
The Robert Burns Heritage Trail, will take you through the life and times of Scotland's celebrated poet Robert Burns. Attractions on this trail include the Robert ...
Located in the Alloway suburb of Ayr, the Burns Cottage is the birthplace of the celebrated poet Robert Burns. It now serves as a museum with about 5000 ...
2 Whitletts Road
Ayr Racecourse plays regular host to numerous horse racing events, competitions and festivals. Indulge in the frenzy of the game as you watch from the tracks and ...
Somerset Park is a huge football stadium that is home to the Ayr United Football Club. This grandiose venue hosts football matches, practice sessions and ...
New Bridge Street
The Ayr Town Hall regularly witnesses city's major crowd that flocks in to catch the entertaining events and social programs held here. To know more about the Ayr ...
The Low Green was used as grazing land during the Victorian age. Nowadays, various events take place here. A definite must visit!
11 River Street
The Libertine is a popular bar in Ayr. Here you will get to see most of the locals just hanging around drinking a pint or two.