Culzean Castle, Burns Country & the Ayrshire Coast

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1 Day
Availability : April - October
Start: Glasgow
End: Glasgow

Contact DHTour at 1-888-597-3519 or 905-639-9954 or to book. 

Discover the landscapes and myths that inspired Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns.

Scotland is both rustic and grand.

You find humble villages beside resplendent castles, rural farms next to engineering feats, and small fishing boats alongside crashing waves.

On this tour, you get to contrast these two sides of Scotland.

You venture to Culzean Castle, a palatial country manor that hosts mazes, awesome architecture, fine coastal views, and tales of smugglers, presidents and ghosts.

And you explore the landscapes that inspired Robert Burns, a poet whose rags to riches story is full of romance and tragedy.

Join this day tour, explore Ayrshire, and see both the rural delights and regal sights of Scotland.

Tour Details

Magnificent Culzean Castle and Gardens – Witness the beauty of Culzean Castle and its splendid grounds.

Clifftop walk – Gaze over the stunning Firth of Clyde from this traditional beauty spot.

Dunure and the Ayrshire Coast – Explore the sinister past and dark history of Dunure and its ruined coastal castle.

Robert Burns birthplace museum – Discover the roots of the most famous of Scots.

Alloway Old Kirk (Church) – Stand where witches danced and frolicked in the setting for one of Burns’ most famous poems.

The original “Brig O’ Doon” – This ancient medieval bridge’s famous arch is home to many stories of witchcraft and folklore.

Whitelee Windfarm – Behold Europe’s largest windfarm, an incredible space which powers 180,000 Scottish homes with clean energy.

Pick Up Location & TIme

Glasgow: Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station, Killermont Street, Glasgow, G2 3NW (Google Map) Check-in closes at 9:15am (tour departs at 9:30am)

Drop off Location & Time

Glasgow: same as departure
Approx. 6:00pm

Price Includes

  • Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach
  • Air conditioning as standard
  • The stories and services of an English speaking driver-guide


  • 0 breakfast
  • 0 lunches
  • 0 dinners
  • 0 teas

Price Excludes

  • Entry fees to visitor attractions
  • Lunch
  • Hotel pick up & drop off
  • Pre / Post hotel nights
  • Driver / Tour Leader gratuity is at your discretion
  • Travel Insurance
What to Expect

This day tour comes with a driver-guide who knows the stories, sights, and secrets of the areas you travel through; every itinerary is tested by travel-loving locals; and you get the chance to support the communities you visit.

  • Travel in a small group
  • Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach
  • The stories and services of an English-speaking driver guide
  • Time off the bus to explore


You leave Glasgow and venture into the Renfrewshire Hills.

You have a chance here to admire the largest windfarm in Europe, Whitelee Farm. These massive turbines provide clean energy to over 180,000 homes.


From here, you take the road south through rich farmlands into Ayrshire.

Now it’s time for one of our favourite stops of the day, the Culzean Country Park. There’s so much to do and see here: take a wander and enjoy the walled garden, ogle beautiful coastal views, and get jealous of the beautiful furniture of this fine country house. You’ll need to pay an entry fee but it’s worth every penny.

You have time for lunch at Culzean before travelling to the village of Dunure. This harbour town hosts a ruined castle and a history of dark secrets.


The road now takes you down to the village of Alloway. This is the region that inspired Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns. You get the chance to enjoy the visitor centre to learn about how this poor farmer’s son became the writer of the world famous ‘Auld Lang Syne’. There are also riverside walks and the haunted ruins of an old church for you to explore.


You return to Glasgow in the early evening.

Dates and Prices
Departure Dates and Days Adult (pp) Child: Age 5 to 15 (pp)
2021: April to October- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday $65 $60

Ask us about family rates (2 adults and 2 children minimum).


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