There will be a number of family-friendly events and activities throughout Ayrshire this weekend.
When kids are off school on the weekend of September, and-hopefully-the store is dry, why not go out and have fun with your family?
Here are some of the best activities to try this weekend.
Fairytale farm, Isle
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From magical unicorns and baby dragons to captivating princesses and brave knights, the Heads of Ayr fairy tale farm has everything.
The farm is a great day for the whole family and also offers fairy trails, face painting and a theme menu.
The family is invited to come together for an adventure day. The site is open this Saturday and Sunday (September 18th and 19th) from 10am to 5pm.
We recommend themed costumes. Pick up a wand or tiara, take off your best fairy tale outfit and have a great day.
Admission to the fairy tale farm is included in the standard Heads of Ayr ticket and costs £ 13 for adults and £ 5.50 to £ 11.50 for children.Visitors must book in advance and can be booked by clicking here..
Scavenger Hunt, Bees
Beith Trust is hosting a twisted scavenger hunt at the Gillsland Estate this weekend.
Children can walk the trail to find sculptures and hidden treasures, and prizes are available to discover them all.
Along the way, you’ll hear from Betty Skeleton about monsters and warrior gods.
Hunting will take place on September 18th from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm and will cost £ 2.50 per child.Tickets are limited and can be booked here..
Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine
With two new exhibitions set up, why not visit Irvine’s Scottish Maritime Museum this weekend?
Glass Ships in Bottles, a collection of 150 vintage ships, shares the industrial and cultural history of glassmaking.
The exhibition’s visit to Irvine was the first to be exhibited in Scotland.
In addition, a traveling exhibition of marine posters on plastic pollution has arrived at the museum.
This exhibition is the result of an international eco-poster design collaboration created by young students around the world.
Museum tickets can be booked online. www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org, Up to 3 children under 16 years old, free of charge per paying adult.
Anna and the Snow Queen, Fenwick
Kids will have the opportunity to feed the reindeer Sven this weekend and meet his animal friends at Glenlychee Farm.
The Land of Frozen features a 40-minute private visit and contact session, including a meeting with the snowman Olaf.
Tickets are required for all visitors attending the session, except for infants under the age of one.
Tickets are £ 6 per person and slots can be booked here..
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