If you want a day out of the park you can try some of the activities listed below. All the places listed below are close to Craig Tara.
Plenty of exciting activities for the whole family to enjoy, Captain your own boat with our amazing bumper boats. Try out the electric tractors and diggers, trampolines, ringo sledging, a giant aerial runway and jumping pillows. Come and see the animals too with smaller animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, degus, mice and birds or venture outside into our animal zone and see many of our larger residents including Ralph the Camel, Troy the Tapir, llamas, ponies, donkeys and goats.
Visit the humble cottage where Robert Burns was born and spent the first years of his life. Explore the museum which houses more than 5,000 Burns artefacts including his handwritten manuscripts. Visit the Monument where Burns tourism began back in 1823.
At Ayrshire Equitation Centre is the longest established Equitation Centre in the area, with a wealth of knowledge, exceptional facilities, 74 acres of excellent pasture and a well stocked on site tack shop,
Ayr Racecourse is Scotland’s only Grade 1 track and is known to host some of the best horse racing in Scotland. Having around 37 fixtures a year this has to be a great day out.
Scottish Industrial Railway Centre
The Scottish Industrial Railway Centre is the only steam railway in south west Scotland. A limited number of Steam Days are held during the summer when visitors can take a ride behind one of the industrial steam locomotives, explore the museum and view the model railway.
Burns National Heritage Park
Museum dedicated to the life and work of Scotland's most famous poet, Robert Burns. Site includes the Museum, the cottage in which Burns was born and lived until the age of seven, the Brig'o'Doon, Alloway Old Kirk and the Poet's Path.