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"Auld Ayr, wham ne'er a town surpasses,
For honest men and bonie lasses."
Extract from Tam O'Shanter
Ayrshire is beautiful part of a beautiful country, with lots of attractions to keep even the most discerning traveller busy and Ayr is the heart of Ayrshire. Ayr lies less than an hour from Scotland largest city, Glasgow , home to many of Scotland’s venues and sporting events such as the Commonwealth Games in 2014 , the Scotland national football team , the Kelvin Grove museum and sports hall .
Ayr situated in the heart of Burn country, (immortalised in his most famous poem Tam O’Shanter ) and hosts the birthplace of Robert Burns , which is now part of the Robert Burns Museum . Just down the road from the Robert Burns museum is the Maclaurin Art Gallery , situated in the beautiful Rozelle parklands . A few of miles south of Ayr, next to the Electric Brae , set in stunning park land, is Culzean Castle . Culzean Castle is part of the National Trust for Scotland and is thought to have been in existence since the 15th Century.
Ayr also has a number of educational establishments including the University of the West of Scotland , Ayr Collage and the Scottish Rural Collage, Ayr Campus .
Ayr also has a number of sporting venues including the famous Ayr Racecourse home of the Scottish Grand National and Gold Cup events and the Ayr County Show . The mighty Ayr United play at Somerset Park located in the heart of Ayr, a match day experience in itself. Ayr Rugby Club also have their grounds located in the Alloway suburb of Ayr.