The following links should be of interest to visitors tae 'The Auld Toun'

Scotland's Premier Racecourse. Home of the Ladbroke Casinos Scottish Grand National and Ladbroke Ayr Gold Cup.


Ayr United F.C. are an association football team based in Ayr, who play in the First Division of the Scottish Football League, having been promoted in the 2008-09 season. Formed in 1910 after the merger of former clubs Ayr Parkhouse F.C. and Ayr F.C., their nickname is "The Honest Men", taken from a line in the poem "Tam o' Shanter" by Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. They play at Somerset Park.

Robert Burns National Heritage Park in Alloway, Ayrshire, offers visitors a chance to experience the rich heritage of Robert Burns within the environment which inspired him.


Homecoming Scotland 2009 is an events programme celebrating Scotland's great contributions to the world.

Rather hidden from the casual visitor to the town, the Auld Kirk is a must see building for anyone remotely interested in history.The building itself dates from 1654 but there had been a church in Ayr since medieval times, indeed, the remnants of what was once a mighty church, dedicated to St John The Baptist are to be found in the town


Pirate Pete's indoor childrens play centre, a soft-play area for kids of all ages near the seaside in Ayr, Ayrshire for fun, adventure, entertainment, amusement.

Days out aboard the Paddle Steamer Waverley, the Worlds only remaining ocean going paddle steamer - Fun, excitement, relaxation and fascination for all the family




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