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Prestwick is a town in South Ayrshire on the south west coast of Scotland, about 30 miles south west of Glasgow. The town was the first home of the Open Golf Championship, which was played on the Prestwick Old Course from 1860 to 1872. Prestwick is historically significant for being home to a well that supposedly cured Robert the Bruce, considered the founder of Scotland, of leprosy. This well still stands to this day. If you are thinking of taking a trip to Scotland, why not book your holidays to Prestwick? There are several significant landmarks in the town, including the remains of the old parish church, The Prestwick Old Course, The Shaw Monument, which stands on the high ground overlooking Prestwick Airport, a Polish Memorial, and a public park known as The Oval, which contains two full-sized football pitches, a tennis centre, a swimming pool, a gym, and a cricket club. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to Prestwick a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Prestwick with us and experience this town in South Ayrshire in Scotland at its very best.
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Culzean Castle & Country Park
This captivating 18th Century palace is perfect for a great day out! Encircled by attractive sweeping sights on a spiky mountain site, there is so much that calculates to its ancient and historic-world beauty. Spend the day touring the stunning grounds and travel the corridor for a majestic exploit in a period of grand wealth.
Holding innumerable elegantly trimmed lawns brightly garnered for appreciation, with lively grey gardens and breeding fishponds, two 18-hole golf courses to be operated about prior to a well-earned beverage, grassy regions set for your packed lunches and benches to chill in the shadow or sun.
This lengthy extended beach possesses a beautiful coast, with transparent waters swathing against yellow sands and sights of the Isle of Arran. Ideal for lengthy strolls, an invigorating swim or paddle in the ocean's ripples and of course a coast picnic, where you could nibble on yummy snacks while looking at sights to adore.
Remarkable artwork in an extraordinary structure! The Rozelle House is a Grade A listed villa constructed by fresh designer Robert Adam. The home exhibits a sequence of 54 portraits by artist Alexander Goudie, a famous person in the artistic realm for his sketches, portraits and his later impact on pottery and poetry.
Pirate Pete bids you all to join him to turn into an ancient seadog for one day! Aid him get his team in order by putting your pirate skills to the trial. Glide down into the watery extents of Pete’s ballpools and rehearse scaling his tricky nets.
Maclaurin Art Galleries
Positioned in a stunning castle and underlining art selections with its ancient setting, the Maclaurin Art Galleries could be discovered in the Rozelle House’s earlier servant’s rooms and stable block. The gallery comprises hired artwork both customary and current, titled as one of the prominent 20th Century art selections in the country.
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
A fascinating museum to tour with great details about Robert Burns obtainable, the museum is like a treasure chase for kids with plenty of fascinating interactive ventures for kids. Lot’s to keep both adults and kids involved. It’s very instructive and extremely enjoyable for all travellers.
Bent into a cove, Troon Beach is a lengthy broad extent of sand with a famous avenue, it possesses striking sights over to the Isle of Arran, Troon Beach is a famous place for tourists. The beach itself is simple to enter and the energetic avenue provides ice creams and fish and chips.
Burns Monument and Gardens
A huge portion of Scottish past, the landmark and gardens create a portion of all that Alloway has to provide when on the path of Robert Burns. Tranquil and stunning gardens encircle the striking landmark and present exceptional sights of the popular Brig O' Doon.
Dean Castle Country Park
Engulfing around 200 acres, it's snuggled in the center of Kilmarnock, The Country Park possesses stunning forest strolls, an adventure playground, metropolitan farm, tourist hub, tearoom, store and an extraordinary 14th century palace containing excellent selections plus ancient armament, shields and musical devices.