Heads Of Ayr Farm Park
Heads of Ayr is a must see for families. There is something for children of all ages, from toddlers to teenagers. For animal lovers, you will see everything from camels to goats and from monkeys to horses. You are able to feed the many animals that live here. Remember to buy animal feed at the door…
A 15 minute drive from The Old Church this is a fantastic day out with the children.
Lots of animals to see, numerous indoor and outdoor activities. Restaurant, coffee shop and when the weather's good a BBQ!
“A stunning country park and castle nearby on the cliff top with stunning views across to Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran. A former Kennedy stronghold now run by the NTS.”
“Great views over marina and Arran. Great choice for coffee, breakfast, lunch or dinner. Amazing cocktails 🍸”
“A 7 minute drive from The Old Church (it is a popular wedding venue hence access at weekends may be restricted).”
“An excellent restaurant and bar with an extensive menu to suit all tastes. Highly recommended.”
“Recommended by Dave. A great Historic Scotland attraction and very close by. Children can dress up as princesses or knights and "storm" the castle up the hill! There is also a fun question sheet for the children to fill in and learn about the castle history. Good exhibition and excellent cake in the visitor centre. Although not attached, there is also a children's playground just behind the visitor centre and car park. Free parking but watch out - it's easy to miss the turning into Winehouse Yett in Dundonald!”