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1 Isle of Arran Heritage Museum
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Rank: 1 About 4

Located on the main road north of Bordick, the Iske of Arran Heritage Museum was opened in 1976. The museum is located on site site which was originally a small school. The museum now comprises of a cottage, farmhouse,...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Type: Museums

2 Isle of Arran Brewery
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Rank: 2 About 4

The Isle of Arran Brewery is located near the Bordick Castle with scenic beauty of the Goatfell mountain and Bordick Bay in the Backdrop. The visitor centre located in the Brewery gives a golden opportunity...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: North Ayrshire
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites

3 Arran Adventure Company
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Rank: 3 About 4

In Scotland one of the must visit places in terms of world class outdoor activities is the Isle of Arran. The region is bestowed with waters of the Clyde surrounded by rugged peaks and sloping hills to add the balance, due to...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Auchrannie Road
Type: Tours

4 Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park
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Rank: 4 About 4

Located near the port of Bordick, in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland the castle in the yesteryear was Duke of Hamilton’s seat. The National trust for Scotland now owned the property and is worth a visit in...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Isle of Arran
Type: Parks and gardens

Attractions close to Arran

Heads of Ayr Farm Park - 21.7 mi
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Heads of Ayr Farm Park near Haven Craig Tara onto the coastal road is a fun place for all ages. The park has fifty types of animals including horses, rabbits, guanacos, alpacas, llamas, squirrels, wallabies, otters, meerkats...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Dunure Rd, Ayr, Ayrshire, KA7 4HR, United Kingdom
Distance: 34.9
City: Ayr

Type: Parks and gardens + Share

Culzean Castle and Country Park - 23.5 mi
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Culzean Castle and Country Park is an 18th century castle which stands on the edge of a cliff, and overlooks the Isle of Arran. It has 568 acres of land with a farmhouse and walled gardens, fountain court, a swan...

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Address: Culzean Castle & Country Park, Maybole, KA19 8LE, UK‎ - 01655 884 400‎
Distance: 37.8
City: Ayr

Type: Landmarks and Historic sites + Share

AYR Academy - 24 mi
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AYR Academy is a mainstream secondary state school situated in the center of the town of AYR in South Ayrshire. This is the oldest school in Scotland. It is a comprehensive school for girls and boys. There are over 607 students...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 7 Fort Street, AYR
Distance: 38.6
City: Ayr

Type: Landmarks and Historic sites + Share

Babylon Nightclub - 24.2 mi
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Babylon Nightclub is a popular nightclub of the area and the best place for friends to hang out with.Babylon provides a large, flexible space with a dance floor which is surrounded by intimate booths and a private VIP room with a...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 55-59 Main Street, AYR, Ayrshire, KA8 8BU
Distance: 38.9
City: Ayr

Type: Nightlife + Share

Neighbouring places: Arran

Brodick - 2.4 mi

Brodick is the main town on the isle of Arran, in Firth of Clyde, Scotland and is one of the country's most famous holiday destinations.  Brodick tempts in the tourists with Arran Brewery, Arran Aromatics, and Auchrannie Resort,...

Distance: 3.8
City: Brodick

Ayr - 24 mi

Ayr lies at the mouth of the River Ayr which flows into the Firth of Clyde. The town's population registered in the 2001 Census was 46,431. Being situated in the south west of...

Distance: 38.7
City: Ayr

Dunoon - 25.5 mi

Dunoon is situated in Argyll, Scotland and is a resort town accessible by sea and land routes.  It has many places worth exploring.  The main amongst them is the Queen’s Hall, the main multi-function hall...

Distance: 41
City: Dunoon

Kilmarnock - 27.9 mi

Kilmarnock is a large burgh situated in East Ayrshire, Scotland and is known as the second largest town in Ayrshire. The internationaly well known whiskey brand, Johnie Walker ihas been located here since the 1800’s.  In...

Distance: 44.9
City: Kilmarnock

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Isle of Arran Brewery
 Landmarks and Historic sites



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