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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.
Robert Adam’s cliff-top masterpiece rises above a world of woods, beaches, secret follies and play parks
Home to Scotland’s national maritime collection, the award winning Scottish Maritime Museum is a great day out, with lots to do
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 or group tours can be booked in advance.
Not to be confused with The Wallace Monument in Stirling, the Wallace Tower in Ayr predates its Stirling sibling by approximately a decade (1855-7)
Dumfries House is a 1750s Palladian country house in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Tarbolton a small village in South Ayrshire, lying between Mauchline and Prestwick in South Ayrshire.
The formidable-looking Maybole Castle is a four-storey garret tower in the Ayrshire town of Maybole.
Trinity Church was designed by Edinburgh architect Frederick Thomas Pilkington in 1863
Troon is an attractive seaside town, a few miles from Prestwick International Airport in South Ayrshire.
Located in the graveyard of the ruined Covenanters Church in Old Dailly, the two Blue Stones once sat at the altar and were known as Sanctuary Stones.
Loudonhill is a volcanic plug located near the River Irvine in East Ayrshire
The town of Maybole is situated in South Ayrshire, 9 miles south of Ayr.