Seen as a cultural icon, the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is a chance to experience the landmarks and collections of his life and works.
The Ayr Theatre and Arts Centre opened in 1902 and despite being burned down twice over the years it quickly established itself as the pre-eminent theatre in Southern Scotland. It's most important feature has been the intimacy between the performers and audience, and this lends itself to an incredible atmosphere.
Crossraguel Abbey was founded in the 13th century by Duncan of Carrick, heir of the Earl of Carrick. Still complete, it exudes a peace and spirituality of the monks who served over 4 centuries.
Location: KA19 8HQ - 8.1 miles from Brunston Castle