Rozelle Estate covers an area of 37 hectares in South Ayrshire, which has a wealth of plants and wildlife.
First open to the public in 1968 for cultural and recreational uses, the grounds of the Rozelle Estate combines mature woodland, rhododendron walks, parkland and ornamental ponds, to produce a rich and varied landscape for all visitors.
The grounds also play host to a variety of events throughout the year such as the Ayr Flower Show, Scotland's premier horticultural event as well as The Holy Fair.
The estate has two galleries one of which is Rozelle House Galleries which is the permanent home to a collection of 54 paintings based on Tam O’ Shanter arguably Robert Burns most famous poem.
Rozelle House is also the home to the Ayrshire Yeomanry Museum. The other gallery has a collection of traditional and modern works by commissioned artists and works purchased by the Maclaurin Trust who are the benefactors of the gallery. Throughout the estate there are a series of sculptures by the world famous sculptor Henry Moore.
The estate also has three rugby pitches that are available for hire. To hire the pitches contact South Ayrshire Council on 01292 616100.