Culzean Castle & Country Park in South Ayrshire

Discover the glorious 260-hectare estate that rises over a world of woods, beaches, secrets, and play parks! Culzean Castle is perched upon the beautiful Ayrshire cliffs and incorporates a magnificent atmosphere of the stunning surroundings.

How can I get to Culzean Castle?

Visitors can find their way to the Culzean Castle, located off of the A719, 12 miles south of the town of Ayr and 4 miles west of the town of Maybole. There will be appropriate signage on nearby roads to help find the Castle.

The breathtaking estate used to be home to David Kennedy, the 10th Earl of Cassilis. The park is planted with conifers and beech trees, sculpted around sandy coastlines dotted with caves and beaches, and finished off with a pond, ice house, formal gardens, and fruit-packed greenhouses!

Guests of the Culzean Castle and Country Park can explore the woods, beaches, parkland, pond, and deer park and discover over 40 buildings and secret follies tucked away into the Ayrshire countryside, including the magnificent cliff-top castle!

Younger visitors can enjoy running wild in the Adventure Cove and Wild Woodland play area that can be found on the Country Park’s grounds.

With so much to see and do for guests of all ages, Culzean Castle and Country Park promise anyone who visits a great experience of adventure and exploration that they will never forget!

  • Adult admission from £13
  • Concession admission from £9.50
  • Child admission from £7.50
  • Family admission from £30
  • One Adult Family admission from £22
  • National Trust members gain entry for free

For any additional information about the Castle and what to do on your visit, please visit the National Trust’s website.

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