ARTS and culture, CASTLES AND TOWERS, history and heritage, superb local produce…SOUTH AYRSHIRE OFFERS A FABULOUS LIFESTYLE WHICH IS HARD TO BEAT
Take a trip to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway to see the humble cottage where Scotland’s national bard was born; learn more about his life and works in the museum filled with 5,000 artefacts and follow in Tam o’Shanter’s footsteps to the atmospheric Alloway Auld Kirk and Brig o’Doon. See more at Robert Burns – Destination South Ayrshire.
Lose yourself in the rich history of the magnificent Culzean Castle and Country Park, enjoying numerous coastal and woodland walks within the grounds. For more castles and towers see Castles and Towers – Destination South Ayrshire.
With miles of picturesque coastline and acres of farmland, Ayrshire is famous for its award-winning Scottish food and drink, such as freshly caught seafood, quality beef, potatoes and whisky. Experience the finest natural produce that Ayrshire has to offer by dining in our restaurants and cafés, and visiting local producers. See Eat and Drink – Destination South Ayrshire.
FROM SPORTING fixtures ATTRACTING WORLDWIDE AUDIENCES TO LOCAL EVENTS, SOUTH AYRSHIRE OFFERS something for everyone to enjoy
Throughout the year there’s an impressive range of events and festivals offering live music, national orchestras, ballet, theatre, comedy, food and drink, book weeks, family fun and outdoor events including the Scottish Grand National and Scottish International Airshow.
For full events details see What’s On – Destination South Ayrshire