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Carleton Castle, Lendalfoot One in a link of Kennedy watchtowers along the coast, now a ruin. Off the A77 six miles south of Girvan.
Cassillis House, Maybole Dating from 14th century still owned by the Kennedy family, can be seen from the B742 Maybole/Dalrymple road.
The house was considerably modernised in 1830, but the old tower still forms the main body of the building.
Castle and Lighthouse, Turnberry Scant remains of castle reputed to be birthplace of Robert the Bruce around 1274. Bruce landed here in 1307 to begin his campaign. Right of way (foot) across golf course.
The castle sits right on the coast next to the lighthouse.
Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Meddan, Troon Reginald Fairlie, 1911. Very impressive design, replicating many features of late 15th century details, reminiscent of the Church of the Holy Rood in Stirling.
Refurbished with rood beam including a Calvary scene restored to its original position. New lighting system. Location: St Meddan's Street, Troon.
Clark Memorial Church, Largs Impressive Early Gothic decorated style in red sandstone. Rich interior with hammerbeam roof, organ by Willis, stained glass by C W Whall, Stephen Adam and Meikle & Sons.
Architect: T G Abercrombie. Building Date: 1890-92.
Location: Bath Street, Largs, KA30 8BL
Collegiate Church, Maybole Roofless ruin of 15th century church, built for small college establishment in 1373 by Kennedys of Dunure.
County Buildings, Ayr The Original County Buildings were constructed between 1818 and 1822 (architect, Robert Wallace). Now the headquarters of South Ayrshire Council.
Location: Wellington Square, Ayr, behind seaward side of Sheriff Court.
Crossraguel Abbey Built in 1244 one of the few Cluniac settlements in Scotland. Founded by the Earl of Carrick. Extensive remains are of high architectural distinction.
Location: A77 two miles south of Maybole.
Culzean Castle and Country Park Beautifully furnished castle designed by famous architect Robert Adam in 1777 and built around an ancient tower of the Kennedys.
An Eisenhower Presentation explains the General's part in European history.
Country Park opened in 1973 with Reception and Interpretation Centre. Ranger naturalist service with guided walks, swan pond, deer park, picnic sites, restaurant and tea rooms.
A719 nine miles north of Girvan.

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