Select Date
Give or take and/or where? and or where? and/or what?
datepicker


Share   

What’s on North Ayrshire

North Ayrshire offers world-class sport and recreation facilities. It has 20 top-quality mainland and island golf courses and the Open Golf venues of Turnberry, Troon and Old Prestwick are also within easy reach. Water sports include dinghy sailing, cruising, windsurfing and sea kayaking, and the  Firth of Clyde is an international centre for yachting. Other popular outdoor pursuits include climbing, hill walking, and fishing - not forgetting the area’s well known artistic and cultural attractions.

area highlights

March - December, Ayrshire:

The Museum’s Boatshop on Irvine’s harbourside features exhibitions, ship models and a children’s activity area, as well as the Museum shop.

Year-round, West Kilbride:

Local museum with changing displays and exhibitions relating to the surrounding area.

Year-round, North Ayrshire:

Housed in an old Parish Church, the Centre focuses on the area’s social history.

Year-round, North Ayrshire:

Displaying the history of Millport and the islands of Great and Wee Cumbrae, the museum provides a facinating glimpse into Cumbrae’s past.

Year-round, North Ayrshire

The grounds and riding school of this magnificent estate are open throughout the year and there are regular Ranger-led activities to look out for.

Year-round, Ayrshire:

Created for the public to enjoy and situated on the outskirts of Kilwinning, Eglinton Country Park features some 400 hectares of parkland and countryside.

Year-round, Ayrshire:

17th century flour mill and ancillary buildings on riverside site.

14th June 20145, Ayrshire:

Situated on the West Coast of Scotland, around 30 miles south west of Glasgow, Ardrossan has hosted a highland games since 1979.

Mid May to mid September, North Ayrshire:

Displaying the history of the abbey and the town of Kilwinning, the museum is open Easter weekend and then from the middle of May to the middle of September.


Current Page:
«« « 1 » »»