This stunning 260 hectare estate is located in Maybole near Ayr in the South-West Scotland. Woods to play in, beaches to run along, secret follies hidden among trees, and to crown it all, a cliff-top castle of monumental size: there's no doubt you'll have a fantastic time at Culzean ... More info ›
This stunning 260 hectare estate is located in Maybole near Ayr in the South-West Scotland. Woods to play in, beaches to run along, secret follies hidden among trees, and to crown it all, a cliff-top castle of monumental size: there's no doubt you'll have a fantastic time at Culzean.
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Visit: Culzean Castle and Country Park, Maybole KA19 8LE Scotland
Culzean Castle is one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions. Surrounded by Culzean Country Park, an extensive estate encompassing lush woodland, landscaped gardens and rugged coastline, this 18th-century Scottish castle delivers everything a traveler needs at a visitor attraction. With its dramatic clifftop setting, Robert Adam architecture, fascinating history and beautiful surroundings you could easily spend an entire day exploring the country park alone, but with so many treasure-filled rooms to see inside the castle, it’s well worth making time to enjoy both elements of this magnificent heritage attraction. Visitors to Culzean are welcome to tour the castle independently. There are guides in most rooms who are always happy to answer questions. We also provide information sheets in each room, which give details of the architecture, furniture, objects and paintings. Guided tours of the Castle are available daily at at 11am and 2.30pm.
Younger travellers will enjoy discovering our amazing adventure play park where they can climb, swing and explore Adventure Cove and then see the places for real as they journey across Culzean. Culzean is also home to deer and lamas at the Deer Park.
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