Enormous country park, with lots to see and do as well as fantastic dog walking trails. It's looked after by the National Trust for Scotland - and there's a castle, Home Farm (designed by Robert Adam). The park includes a coastal path and access to the sea.
There are several car parks, and Culzean repays several visits to really appreciate the size of the area.
Wheelchair access, from the NTS website: "Parking at visitor centre, Deer Park and Walled Garden, in front of house (for disabled drivers only, disabled passengers may be dropped off). Lifts in castle and Visitor Centre. Shop, restaurant, coffee shop, some parts of garden and County Park. Toilets. Manual wheelchairs and motorised scooters available (book in advance)."
Cafe, visitor centre, restaurant, shop, orangery, extraordinary gas works near the beach.
Dog water available from the Swan Kiosk and Home Farm visitor centre.
Visitor Centre: cars and buses (includes disabled parking)
Deer Park (for castle): cars and buses
Walled Garden: cars only no bus access (includes disabled parking)
Swan Pond: cars only no bus access
Park open all year, 0930 to sunset.
Marked and well maintained paths
Be the first to add a review
You can earn 5 points for adding a review to this listing!Add a review
Edited: 26th September 2018. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.