The most accessible marina in Scotland, Troon provides sheltered berthing with all tide access, alongside the finest facilities and exceptional customer service
Only open as part of a public tours run three times daily from the Linthouse or group tours can be booked in advance.
Nose and taste exquisite spirits in our Tasting Room, personalise your own bottle in the Cask Room and explore the world’s finest single malts in our shop.
Home to Scotland’s national maritime collection, the award winning Scottish Maritime Museum is a great day out, with lots to do
Robert Adam’s cliff-top masterpiece rises above a world of woods, beaches, secret follies and play parks
We offer a wide selection of unique, hand-crafted Scottish gifts/mementos. Light, compact and affordable, we are sure to have something to suit all tastes
Nestled in the rolling landscape of Carrick, South Ayrshire, Greendolphins Glass is a studio working in the medium of kiln-formed glass.
Only open as part of a public tours, run three times daily from the Linthouse, the Shipworkers Tenement is a highlight of a most peoples 1st Museum visit.
The town of Cumnock sits at the confluence of the Glaisnock Water and the Lugar Water.
The McKechnie Institute opened in 1889, thanks to the generosity of local business man Thomas McKechnie
The formidable-looking Maybole Castle is a four-storey garret tower in the Ayrshire town of Maybole.
The Harbour Arts Centre, located in Irvine, began its life as a seamen’s mission.
Kilmarnock is one of the largest towns in Ayrshire, with a population of 46,350.
The ruins of majestic 16th-century Greenan Castle guard the cliffs of south-west Ayr, overlooking the Firth of Clyde
Irvine Townhouse once housed the North Ayrshire district court and general administration for the council.