Kelburn Country Centre is open.
We’re open daily 10am to 4pm, last entry is 3pm, the cafe is open weekends 11am to 3pm.
Entry to the grounds is free, but there is a parking charge of £5 per vehicle, this is paid on arrival, cash or card.
The Secret Forest, Saloon and Adventure Course playgrounds are now closed for winter maintenance.
Last updated: Friday 20th November
“Had an absolutely brilliant day at the Kelburn estate today, the Secret Forest was brilliant, my two girls loved it and so did the adults. Nature trail, parks and facilities were fantastic and we will most definitely be back.”
“Excellent place for a family day out! I doubt we even scratched the surface…loads to see! Beautiful and enchanting.”
Find the entrance and immerse yourself in the Secret Forest. Filled with magic and adventure you never know what creatures you will meet along the way.
GLEN & GARDENS
The grounds have much to offer, why not look for some of our special features while you enjoy a walk in the great outdoors.
Check out our outdoor play areas, from the adventure park to the wild western saloon. Or why not play in our indoor play barn.
Built around 1143, our vibrant historic rural castle is decorated in the transient art form of Brazilian graffiti, an eye-catching bit of history to go and visit.
One of Scotland’s most beautiful natural woodlands and glen, Kelburn offers you the perfect setting for that memorable day.
TRAILS & WALKS
Explore Kelburn’s grounds following one of our many spectacular walks, where you can take in the views and nature.
Escape to beautiful Kelburn Estate and stay in our stunning glamping yurts.
Kelburn is one of the largest riding centres in the west of Scotland, providing all that is necessary for beginners to accomplished riders.
ABOUT KELBURN ESTATE
Based around a 13th Century castle that’s had an amazing makeover courtesy of a team of Brazilian artists, the estate near Largs, Ayrshire also features dramatic walks, breathtaking gardens and many features of historical interest. Kelburn Castle is currently having restoration work carried out. Elements of this project will be concluded later this year and will help preserve the Castle for many years to come. The work includes re-roofing the building and doing internal structural works. The owners have funded this project and received support from Historic Environment Scotland due to the Castle’s historic importance. Some 2000 acres is rough moorland, and 1500 acres of the better land is contained within a 7ft wall that encircles the heart of the estate.