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Things to do in Ayrshire or thereabouts with a toddler

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gingerninja Thu 02-Oct-08 14:49:11

Visiting family for a week soon in Ayrshire (Troon) and wondering what toddler friendly places there are that we can make use of. Obviously we need to consider all weather possibilities so a mix of dry and wet weather activities would be good.

Thanks

gingerninja Thu 02-Oct-08 16:14:03

Anyone?

Skramble Thu 02-Oct-08 22:20:51

Heads of Ayr Farm Park near to Ayr and lots to do, probably best for dryer days.

Pirate Petes soft play in Ayr itself at the beach, great for a rainy afternoon.

Kidz Play soft play in prestwick nearby.

Swimming pools

Good swing park at Ayr's beach,

Rozelle park also has a little park and lots of space to run about plus some animals.

Skramble Thu 02-Oct-08 22:23:44

Bookstart Toddler Story and Rhyme time
Every Tuesday during term time 10.30am - 11.00am

Starting Tuesday 9th September at Carnegie Library

Tel. (01292) 272232 for more details


Also at Troon Library Storytime, starting Saturday 6th September at 2.30pm
Suitable for 3 & 4 year olds

Tel. (01292) 315352 for more information and advice on booking your place.

Blandmum Thu 02-Oct-08 22:25:37

Ayr itself has a fantastic park on the sea front. Best I've ever been to

Skramble Thu 02-Oct-08 22:33:15

Make and Take craft place to decorate pottery etc.

Culzean castle National trust property. good park feed the swans and ducks, space to run around. Great if you are already a member, but bit pricey if not, great if you can spend time in the castle and all that but not so with a lively toddler.

Skramble Thu 02-Oct-08 22:33:16

Make and Take craft place to decorate pottery etc.

Culzean castle National trust property. good park feed the swans and ducks, space to run around. Great if you are already a member, but bit pricey if not, great if you can spend time in the castle and all that but not so with a lively toddler.

Skramble Thu 02-Oct-08 22:37:14

Pic of playpark

gingerninja Fri 03-Oct-08 09:01:04

Thanks both, there should be enough there to keep us going.

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