Auld Kirk of Ayr (Ayrshire)
The Auld Kirk is Ayr’s oldest church.
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- Ayr Racecourse is Scotland’s premier course for horseracing and is situated at Whitletts Road in Ayr, Scotland. The course was opened in 1907 and hosts high quality race meetings all year round, both for flat and National Hunt racing. The track is left-handed, oval in shape and thirteen furlongs in circumference. Every Sunday, except on race days, you’ll also find a car boot sale and market held on the racecourse, details at www.ayr-racecourse.co.uk
- Rozelle House is an 18th century mansion house in Ayr in south-western Scotland which is home to a substantial collection of art and memorabilia from South Ayrshire. Set in beautiful grounds, the Stable Block is now the Maclaurin Galleries which showcases touring exhibitions of international contemporary art as well as pieces from the Maclaurin Trust’s own collection. Rozelle House itself is a renowned display venue and is home to the Ayrshire Yeomanry museum, Rozelle Craft House as well as a coffee shop. Art workshops and classes are also frequently held here. Open everyday except Tuesdays throughout the year. Admission is free: www.south-ayrshire.gov.uk
- Dunure beach is a shingle beach on a rocky shoreline, located in the village of Dunure near Maybole on the coast of the Firth of Clyde. Although Dunure beach is mainly shingle, Dunure also has a lovely small harbour and Dunure Castle and park. Facilities include toilets, picnic site, harbour, pub, shop and post office in Dunure.
- Dunure Castle is located in the village of Dunure on the west coast of Scotland, in South Ayrshire. Dunure Castle is in ruins and sits on a rocky promontory overlooking the small Dunure harbour. The castle consisted of two sections; an irregular shaped keep on the top of a precipitous rock and other buildings at a lower level. A castle existed on this site from the late 13th century. The current remains dating to the 15th and 16th century. The castle is the point of origin of the Kennedys of Carrick, who once ruled over much of south western Scotland. The castle is open to the public and is within the Kennedy Park, which has a number of facilities for visitors.
- Kennedy park is within the small harbour village of Dunure. Within the park you have:Dunure Castle Dunure Labyrinth Late medieval beehive-shaped dovecot Skateboard facility Children’s play area Tennis court Car parking (charges apply) Toilets
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