Things To Do In and Around AYRSHIRE

Our beautiful Dundonald Links resort is perfectly located for you to enjoy the stunning Ayrshire region.

It’s not just the amazing golf that’s on offer on the Scottish West Coast. Use Dundonald Links as your base to explore the local area and discover hidden histories, castle ruins, water sports, and so much more.

Explore the beautiful local area by hiking up mountains, kayaking in the open sea, or discover more about Scottish history in the heart of Burns’ Country, named after world-famous Bard, Robert Burns. Visit the museums of his birthplace and home, where you can find out more about this National literacy legend and his works.

We’re also just a 40-minute drive from Glasgow, so you can take full advantage of the high-street city shopping available and still enjoy a sandy stroll along the beach all on the same day.

Here’s seven things we recommend you can do nearby when you visit Dundonald Links.

What To Do...

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum –Just 15 minutes away from Dundonald Links is theRobert Burns Birthplace Museum.苏格兰最喜欢的儿子,罗伯特·伯恩斯和poetry and songs are known and loved all around the world. The best place to get close to Burns and his genius is his birthplace in the beautiful village of Alloway. The museum starts a journey that weaves through the village, taking you from historical buildings to landmarks known to Burns.

The Harbour Arts Centre –位于风景如画的欧文Harbourside, theHarbour Arts Centreis the cultural hub for North Ayrshire. They offer a diverse programme of theatre, comedy, music and visual arts, often featuring local artists and a wide range of classes and workshops to suit all ages and abilities.

Eglington Park– Located on the grounds of the oldEglinton Castle estatein Kilwinning, North Ayrshire, take a stroll round the beautiful parkland with miles of stunning scenery, the perfect place to stop and enjoy a picnic while the kids play in the park. Other activities are available such as fishing inside the park.

Irvine Beach –Found at the mouth of the River Irvine the beautiful stretch of golden sand atIrvine Beachis definitely worth a visit. Set in sand dunes and grass with beautiful views of Arran, the beach also boasts facilities including picnic sites, parking and toilets.

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum –Just 15 minutes away from Dundonald Links is theRobert Burns Birthplace Museum.苏格兰最喜欢的儿子,罗伯特·伯恩斯和poetry and songs are known and loved all around the world. The best place to get close to Burns and his genius is his birthplace in the beautiful village of Alloway. The museum starts a journey that weaves through the village, taking you from historical buildings to landmarks known to Burns.

The Harbour Arts Centre –位于风景如画的欧文Harbourside, theHarbour Arts Centreis the cultural hub for North Ayrshire. They offer a diverse programme of theatre, comedy, music and visual arts, often featuring local artists and a wide range of classes and workshops to suit all ages and abilities.

Eglington Park– Located on the grounds of the oldEglinton Castle estatein Kilwinning, North Ayrshire, take a stroll round the beautiful parkland with miles of stunning scenery, the perfect place to stop and enjoy a picnic while the kids play in the park. Other activities are available such as fishing inside the park.

Irvine Beach –Found at the mouth of the River Irvine the beautiful stretch of golden sand atIrvine Beachis definitely worth a visit. Set in sand dunes and grass with beautiful views of Arran, the beach also boasts facilities including picnic sites, parking and toilets.

Hampden Park Stadium Tour –Serving as the national stadium of football in Scotland, the 51,866 capacity sporting theatre is the normal home venue of the Scotland national football team and was the home of club side Queen’s Park for over a century.Hampden Parkregularly hosts the latter stages of the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup competitions and has also been used for music concerts and other sporting events, such as when it was reconfigured as an athletics stadium for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Scottish Maritime Museum– Located nearby in Irvine and situated inside the Grade A listed building known as the Linthouse.The Scottish Maritime Museumholds an important nationally recognised collection of historic ships, artefacts, shipbuilding machinery, machine tools, and fascinating personal items.

Adrossan Castle Ruins –Make sure you experience a piece of Scottish history by visiting the ruins of theArdrossan Castlewhich is situated nearby in the town of Ardrossan. View the ruins of the castle which is defended by a moat and standing on a ridge above the town. There is a keep dating back from the fifteenth century, and a vaulted range containing a kitchen and cellars with a well

Hampden Park Stadium Tour –Serving as the national stadium of football in Scotland, the 51,866 capacity sporting theatre is the normal home venue of the Scotland national football team and was the home of club side Queen’s Park for over a century.Hampden Parkregularly hosts the latter stages of the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup competitions and has also been used for music concerts and other sporting events, such as when it was reconfigured as an athletics stadium for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Scottish Maritime Museum– Located nearby in Irvine and situated inside the Grade A listed building known as the Linthouse.The Scottish Maritime Museumholds an important nationally recognised collection of historic ships, artefacts, shipbuilding machinery, machine tools, and fascinating personal items.

Adrossan Castle Ruins –Make sure you experience a piece of Scottish history by visiting the ruins of theArdrossan Castlewhich is situated nearby in the town of Ardrossan. View the ruins of the castle which is defended by a moat and standing on a ridge above the town. There is a keep dating back from the fifteenth century, and a vaulted range containing a kitchen and cellars with a well

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