Things to see and do - Kilmarnock
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Kilmarnock Travel guide
Kilmarnock : Michelin's recommendations
Kilmarnock stands in the middle of the Ayrshire countryside and is the county's commercial centre. Whisky production and carpet manufacturing are its main industries.
Tourist attractions Kilmarnock : Things to see and do
9 st. Green GB - Kilmarnock KA1 3BN
The museum, on the first floor, has geology and natural history exhibits, including a display on lake habitats. There is also a collection of Scottish and foreign musketeer swords (covered guard) and a permanent collection of paintings, including wor..
rd. Dean GB - Kilmarnock AC3 1XB
The castle, completely restored in the 20C, contains 15 and 16C Flemish tapestries and two succinct but extremely rich medieval collections, one devoted to weapons and armour (mainly 16C) and the other to old musical instruments of Italian, French an..
2-4 st. Castle GB - Mauchline KA5 5BZ
The museum's exhibits include books, letters, documents and a few personal objects (watch and cane); on the ground floor is a display of folk art, with exhibits from Mauchline in the 19C and Cumnock pottery. The house next door (now occupied by the c..
54 Glaisnock Street GB - Cumnock KA18 1BY
Prix Prices from : 60 £
With a stylish restaurant, the Dumfries Arms Hotel is situated in Cumnock. Dating back to the early 18th century, this contemporary boutique hotel boasts a restaurant and free Wi-Fi throughout. The individually designed rooms feature tea and coffee ..
Junction 8 M77, Fenwick Village, By Kilmarnock, Ayrshire GB - Kilmarnock KA3 6AU
Prix Prices from : 55 £
Offering stylish décor and luxurious dining, this elegant hotel is set in the picturesque historic village of Fenwick. Centrally located in Ayrshire, but just 20 minutes’ drive from the coast, guests have free Wi-Fi. The Fenwick Hotel offers spaciou..
Moorfield Roundabout, Annandale GB - Kilmarnock KA1 2RS
Prix Prices from : 50 £
GB - New Cumnock KA18 4PN
5 Main St, Craigie GB - Kilmarnock KA1 5LY
Former pub in a tiny Ayrshire hamlet; its décor a blend of the rustic and the more contemporary. Menus follow suit, with a mix of classics and more modern dishes; portions are large and flavours, pronounced.