Rozelle House Galleries is the permanent home to a significant collection of 54 paintings by the renowned Scottish artist Alexander Goudie depicting the tale of Tam O' Shanter.
Rozelle House is a major display venue, currently showing a significant collection by Alexander Goudie, a series of 54 paintings portraying the famous Robert Burns poem Tam O’ Shanter. The exhibition also includes a labelled guide for children which is used in teaching throughout schools in South Ayrshire. This exhibition is located in the grade A listed mansion house built by the architect Robert Adam in 1760 who also designed Culzean Castle. The house is set in 37 hectares of woodland, which originally belonged to the Hamilton family who also owned three estates in the West Indies. Rozelle was named after one of the Hamilton family estates in Jamaica.
There are also a number of art workshops and classes held at Rozelle House which are open to people of all abilities. Bookings for workshops must be done through reception at Rozelle House before attending.
Rozelle House is home to the Ayrshire Yeomanry museum, Rozelle Craft House and Rozelle Coffee Shop. All three are open to the public during normal opening hours.
The Rozelle Estate plays host to various events throughout the year including the Ayr Flower Show the premier event of its kind in Scotland. Rozelle House Galleries are operated by South Ayrshire Council.