The village of Dalrymple lies in the Doon Valley, on the north bank of the River Doon in East Ayrshire.
The Harbour Arts Centre, located in Irvine, began its life as a seamen’s mission.
Loudonhill is a volcanic plug located near the River Irvine in East Ayrshire
The Wedge is said to be the world's narrowest house.
The Robertson Museum and Aquarium at the Scottish Field Centre showcases many species found in Scottish coastal waters.
Statuesque ruined 16th-century tower-house castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde
The Boswell Quill is situated in Auchinleck’s historic churchyard and celebrates writer James Boswell, the inventor of modern biography.
As is common along the shore of this part of the Clyde, rich red sandstone has been used in the construction of many of the village's buildings.
Rozelle House is a mid-18th century manor on a formerly privately-owned estate in the town of Ayr
The North Ayrshire Heritage Centre is a hub for all things related to local history
Portencross Castle two miles from West Kilbride. http://www.portencrosscastle.org.uk Open 11- 4 weekends, bank & school hols, Easter to end Sept. Free entry.
Admire an ancient burial place on a hillside overlooking a bay on one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands.
Set into a rocky red sandstone outcrop overlooking the River Lugar, Peden's Cave served as the rumoured hide-out for persecuted Covenanters throughout the 17th century
A monument commemorating the final resting place of the Russian cruising vessel, the Varyag, which ran aground off the Ayrshire coast