Opened in 1901, the Dick Institute is a 4 star attraction, attracting over 120,000 visitors each year.
The Baird Institute holds collections of Mauchline Ware, Cumnock Pottery, mining equipment, photographs and artifacts of local and social history
Open all year, Dundonald Castle is busy with visitors from all over the world. You can buy a ticket at the Visitor Centre and be taken on a tour of the Castle by one of our tour guides.
Dean Castle is situated within the Dean Castle Country Park in Kilmarnock.
The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is aptly located in Alloway, the village in which Burns was born.
The Palace Theatre is a 500 seat theatre which offers a year round programme of music, comedy, drama, dance and light entertainment.
Robert Burns, Scotland’s National Bard, lived in Mauchline in what was arguably his most creative and productive period as a writer.
Home to Scotland’s national maritime collection, the award winning Scottish Maritime Museum is a great day out, with lots to do
Traditional nine-hole, par-33 heathland course located at The Gailes Hotel & Spa.
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.
Luxurous new Si! Spa at The Gailes Hotel featuring Thermal Suite, spa lounge, deep relaxation area & treatment rooms.
Nestled in the rolling landscape of Carrick, South Ayrshire, Greendolphins Glass is a studio working in the medium of kiln-formed glass.
Set within Kilmarnock's beautiful Kay Park, the Burns Monument Centre houses local and family history collections and is available for weddings.
Only open as part of a public tours run three times daily from the Linthouse or group tours can be booked in advance.
The most accessible marina in Scotland, Troon provides sheltered berthing with all tide access, alongside the finest facilities and exceptional customer service