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Paisley's 12th-century Cluniac Abbey dominates the town center...
Auld Kirk Alloway
Auld Kirk Alloway is where Tam o' Shanter, in Robert Burns's...
|Religious Sites||Ayr and Alloway|
About 8 miles northeast of Ayr is the Bachelors' Club, the 17th-century...
|Houses / Mansions||Ayr and Alloway|
Scotland's largest indoor market—named for the barrows, or pushcarts...
|Markets / Bazaars||Medieval Glasgow and the Merchant City|
The Biggar Gasworks, built in 1839, is a fascinating reminder...
|Museums / Galleries||Biggar|
Biggar Puppet Theatre
Purves Puppets, famous for its "black box" puppetry, regularly...
|Arts / Performance Venues||Biggar|
When the sun shines, the Botanics (as they're known to locals)...
|Gardens / Arboretums||The West End|
In the delightful Burns Heritage Park, this thatched cottage...
|Museums / Galleries||Ayr and Alloway|
This neoclassical structure, built in 1823, overlooks the Brig...
|Memorials / Monuments||Ayr and Alloway|
An elegant, ultramodern building of pink sandstone and stainless...
|Museums / Galleries||South Side|
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