Streamline Taxis can help you make the short trip to visit his birthplace and the new Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.Ayr also offer great ways to relax with retail therapy shopping facilities and three public golf courses all within the limits of the town.One of Ayr's highlights has to be the charming esplanade with sandy beach which is perfect for a family day out, picnic or romantic walk. The famous Ayr Racecourse, dating all the way back to early 16th century, the race card includes many Flat and National Hunt meetings throughout the year but Ayr is probably most famous is the home venue of the Scottish Grand National, the Ayrshire Handicap and the Ayr Gold Cup.
He entered the kirk with a party of armed men and proceeded to break up flagstones and dig a grave where he interred his wife's body.
He was fined £20 for this action and promised never to attempt this act again. It is named after St Anne, said to be the mother of the Virgin Mary.
Ayr has a fantastic esplanade with a long sandy beach which is perfect for walking.
There are also plenty of parking spaces on either side of the main road that runs parallel with the beach.
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The 17th-century Presbyterians were against burials taking place within churches.