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Local Attractions

Below you will find a list of local attraction for the surrounding area of Barrhill. Please note that the information below was correct at the time of publishing. Seasonal changes and opening times for certain local attraction will vary depending on the time of year.


Adventure Carrick - WELCOME TO ADVENTURE CARRICK Adventure holidays in Scotland. Based in Ayrshire, South West Scotland on the Firth of Clyde, we are one of the most popular outdoor activity centres in Scotland. Operating since 2005, we offer a wide range of outdoor activities on land, river or sea. We’re passionate about… ...more
Culzean Castle - Culzean Castle is the perfect place for a day out whether you're a keen walker, enjoy admiring gardens, have an interest in architecture or just enjoy soaking up some history. ...more
Arnsheen Park - Arnsheen Adventure Park   ...more
Day trip to Belfast - Day trip to Belfast Take a day trip to the cosmopolitan city of belfast to experience the wonderful hospitality, the shopping, the many museums and attractions from only £10 per person (Tuesday – Thursday midweek specials) What's included? • Return Superfast ferry travel • £5 off shopping voucher when you… ...more
Laggan Outdoor - Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre offer adventure and recreational experiences for all the family. Set in the heart of Dumfries & Galloway, on the hills above the solway coast, you really will struggle to find a more stunning location.   ...more
Merrick Leisure Centre (Newton Stewart) - Merrick Leisure Centre (Newton Stewart) Situated adjacent to the Douglas Ewart High School in Newton Stewart the facility is close to the town centre. As a dual use facility, the Merrick Leisure Centre is unique in that the fitness suite remains open to the public during school hours. Facility Information… ...more
Wild Goat Park - Wild goat park Our Wild Goat Park is a great place to start your adventures with the family, but also for close encounters with our friendly, ancient breed of goats. There’s plenty of access, with a car park and a number of road side pull-ins to make viewing our wild… ...more
Deer Farm - Say hello to Galloway's deer The Red Deer Range was established in 1977 to give our visitors the chance to see these beautiful creatures up close in a natural environment. Around 60 red deer live here today – watch for them from the viewing area and hide. Whatever the weather,… ...more
The CocoaBean Company - Come to the Cocoabean for a day full of fun for all the family. Enjoy lunch in the Cocoabean Café and don’t forget to take home some tasty treats from the factory chocolate shop. The best and most enjoyable visitor attraction in Dumfries & Galloway.   Kids make chocolate creations… ...more
Cream o’ Galloway - Deliciously good fun! Indulge in luxurious dairy Cream o' Galloway Ice Cream, tuck into tasty Finlay's Farmhouse Cheese and enjoy lots and lots of deliciously good fun at our award winning Visitor Centre.   Cream o' Galloway is a deliciously good fun place to visit. With its woodland adventure playground… ...more
Dark Skies - Dark Skies in Galloway Forest Park Scotland has some of the darkest skies in Europe and Galloway Forest Park is one of the darkest places in Scotland, which is why it’s the UK’s first Dark Sky Park. So few people live within the Forest Park that the nights really are… ...more
Kirroughtree - Kirroughtree - Walks and cycling trails for all There are way-marked walks and cycle routes including the exciting 7 stanes mountain bike trails and an easy access trail around the pond.   The forestry visitor centre with tea room is the start point for several woodland walk options which are… ...more
Glen Trool - Glen Trool Loch Trool is renowned as having some of the finest scenery in southern Scotland. Lying in the heart of the Galloway Forest Park it offers the visitor a perfect example of the unspoilt and untamed nature of Galloway as you circumnavigate the loch on the Glentrool Trail. Sitting… ...more
Glen Luce Abbey - Glen Luce Abbey. Founded around 1192, Glenluce is situated in a beautiful and peaceful valley. Visitors can see an exhibition of objects excavated on the site The location in the secluded valley of the Water of Luce, easily conveying a sense of the isolation and peaceful tranquillity that was so… ...more
Ailsa Craig - Ailsa Craig. This distinctive dome-shaped island-rock lies 10 miles (16 km) off the coast of South Ayrshire and rises sharply from the Firth of Clyde to a height of 340m (1114 feet). Ailsa Craig, which comes from the Gaelic for 'Fairy Rock', is 1200m (1300 yards) long and 800m (900… ...more
Martyrs Tomb - Martyrs' Tomb Walk In 1665, by the side of Cross Water in Barrhill, John Murchie and Daniel Mieklewrick were found by soldiers to be in possession of Bibles and assumed to be Covenanters and shot to death. They were buried on the spot, and a memorial was built, known as… ...more

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