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What’s on Ayrshire and Arran

Situated on the beautiful Clyde Coast, you could say Ayrshire and Arran has it all. There are over 40 quality golf courses, including three Open Championship courses, plus numerous and prestigious heritage and visitor attractions - set in awe-inspiring scenery. Featuring spectacular granite mountains, ancient stone circles and the sheltered waters of the Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire and Arran is also a major attraction for walkers, cyclists, fishermen and sailing enthusiasts. Known as ’Scotland in minature’, Arran squeezes the whole spectrum of Scottish scenery into one compact island which can be reached by ferry from Ardrossan.

regional highlights

24th October 2014, Ayr:

This is the opening concert for the Ayr Jazz Festival 2014.

April - October, Ayrshire:

On top of the prominent hill at Dundonald is a stone castle, built around 1371.

Easter - October, Ayrshire:

Situated about two miles south of Ayr off the A719 coastal road, the Heads of Ayr Farm Park has something for everyone.

April - October 2013, Arran:

Arran Heritage Museum, located on the main coast road at Rosaburn just north of Brodick, maintains records of the social history of the Island.

2nd November 2014, Ayrshire:
Renowned Scottish Tenor Martin Aelred performs "Music of the Movies".

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.

Year-round, ;Ayrshire:

The Baird Institute Museum lies in the centre of the town of Cumnock, and was opened in 1891.

Year-round, Arran:

Brodick Castle and Country Park is unique in being the only island country park in Britain.

Year-round, West Kilbride:

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


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