The museums and galleries of Ayrshire & Arran are home to a number of unique and high quality exhibitions and displays. Learn about the life of Robert Burns, the maritime history of the area and witness the story of the rural community over the last century.
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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.
The Dick Institute, located in the Ayrshire burgh of Kilmornock, features large museum displays of local and industrial history, fine art and natural sciences.
Nestling in a hidden valley by the River Garnock in the village of Dalgarven, the restored mill buildings house an important collection.
Set within the tranquil Rozelle Estate, the Galleries are in the former servant’s quarters and stable block of Rozelle House.
The Burns House Museum is a fresh combination of interactive and traditional exhibits representing a truly authentic Burns experience.
Explore Scotland’s relationship with the sea at this fascinating seaside museum.
The McKechnie Institute, which opened in 1889, has a collection of memorabilia from Girvan and the surrounding Carrick area.
The award-winning Vikingar! allows you to meet real Vikings and hear about their exploits, adventures and battles in Scotland.
From an early Bronze age grave to a 5,000 year old head, discover the fascinating history of this stunning island at the Arran Heritage Museum.
The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland's favourite son.
The Doon Valley Museum is located in a conversion of one of the oldest buildings in the small market town of Dalmellington, dating from 1744.
The North Ayrshire Heritage Centre, formerly North Ayrshire Museum, is found in Saltcoats on the south west coast of Scotland.
West Kilbride, Scotland’s only designated craft town, samples the wealth of craft and design talent from Scotland and the U.K.