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Riccarton Parish Church Landmark building standing on former Moot Hill. Category B listened, opened 1825, chancel added 1910, and beautiful War Memorial window 1919.
Former minister Rev Alexander Moodie mentioned by Burns in 'The Twa Herds' and 'The Holy Fair', is buried in the kirkyard.Building Date: 1825, 1910.
Location: Old Street, Riccarton, Kilmarnock
Rowallan Old Castle, Kilmaurs Magnificent Renaissance mansion house c. 1560 on a site whose origins go back to the Bronze Age. Exhibition of archaeological discoveries.
A castle of the Mures 13-18C, charting changing styles of architecture from mediaeval castle to country house.
Royal Observer Corps Monitoring Post, Skelmorlie Access by climbing down a 15 ft vertical steel ladder and viewing restricted to 5 people at one time.
Built in 1965 as part of an extensive chain designed to confirm and report effects of nuclear attack on the United Kingdom.

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