Ayrshire, Arran & Cumbrae Visitor Attractions for Groups

Key to Facilities: PR: Party Rate Available, R: Restaurant, CP: Coach Parking, GL: Guides/Lecturers, EPW: Educational Parties Welcomed, final figure refers to Max Party Size. Quality rating awarded by VisitScotland Quality Assurance.

Ayr Culzean Castle and Country Park
(the National Trust for Scotland)
Maybole
KA19 8LE

t: +44(0)131 4580204
An 18th-century Robert Adam masterpiece in amazing clifftop location. Beautiful interiors and collections including impressive Armoury. Strong links with President Eisenhower. Magnificent terraced gardens, sandy beaches and caves. Interactive multi-media tour.


Prices: from 11.00 or Discover Tickets
Open: Apr-Oct
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PR GL R CP EPW

Visitor Attraction
Unassisted Wheelchair Access Silver Walkers Welcomed Cyclists Welcomed Classic Cars Ancestral Tourism

Ayr Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
(the National Trust for Scotland)
Murdoch
Alloway
KA7 4PQ

t: +44(0)131 4580204
Award-winning museum housing the world's definitive Burns collection. Step under the thatched eves of Burns Cottage, birthplace of Scotland's national poet. Cross the Birg o' Doon and explore Alloways Auld Kirk, both immortalised in 'Tam o' Shanter'.


Prices: from 6.50 or Discover Tickets
Open: All Year
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PR GL R CP EPW

Visitor Attraction
Unassisted Wheelchair Access Gold Walkers Welcomed Cyclists Welcomed Ancestral Tourism

Isle of Arran Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park
(the National Trust for Scotland)
Brodick
KA27 8HY

t: +44(0)131 4580204
'The jewel in Arran's crown', this impressive 800-year old island castle has superb collections of paintings, silver and porcelain. Extensive gardens and estate with fabulous sea views. *Special Arran seasonal sailings offer for coaches with CalMac ferries.


Prices: from 8.00 or Discover Tickets
Open: Apr-Oct
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e: traveltrade@nts.co.uk

PR GL R CP EPW

Castle
Assisted Wheelchair Access Bronze Walkers Welcomed Cyclists Welcomed Ancestral Tourism