Some Dates for your Diary in Ayrshire
In 2014 Scotland welcomes the world to join in the exciting Year of Homecoming.
March to May
Walk the Ayrshire Coastal Path
March to October
Dumfries House, Cumnock opens from Sunday to Friday.
We recommend an advance booking to avoid disappointment.
Open March to September, 10.00am -5.00pm
Don’t miss the carpet of Daffodils in Spring.
Open from Friday 18th April
Dunskey Gardens, Portpatrick
Walled garden, Woodland garden and Maze.
Open April to September
Castle Kennedy Gardens
Friday 2nd May to Sunday 25th May 2014
Book Town Spring Festival
Whisky, Words & Wisdom , Wigtown, Scotland's National Book Town.
Wigtown and Bladnoch welcome you to the Machars of Galloway in south west Scotland for a unique celebration of Whisky, Words and Wisdom
May Bank Holiday Weekends
‘3 nights for the price of 2’ Offer
Friday 16th to Sunday 25th May
Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival, Gracefield Arts Centre
Friday 23rd May to Sunday 25th
Burn’s an’ a’ That! Festival – Ayr.
Saturday 24th to Monday 26th May
Spring Fling is Scotland's Premier Arts and Crafts Open Studios Event in Dumfries and Galloway.
23 July 2014
The Commonwealth Games opening Ceremony, Glasgow
Open All (Or Most Of) Year:
1st February to 30th November
Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park
27 acres with nearly 150 animals from all over the world.
Craft Town of Scotland, West Kilbride
The Barony Centre. Scotland’s only designated craft town, samples the wealth of craft and design talent from Scotland and the U.K.
Ayrshire Alps - Scotland’s 1st Road Cycling Park.
The hill roads of South Carrick make up the ultimate road cyclist’s playground. Popularly referred to as ‘The Ayrshire Alps’, the terrain offers fantastic scenery, cycle friendly roads, and a tough cycling challenge.