Discover how we formulate and manufacture our wide range of beauty and fragrance products right here on Arran. Children will enjoy our unique Soapworks Bar. Alternatively try candle dipping.
Arran Art Gallery holds the largest stock of original art to be found on the island. In addition to local artists, the gallery exhibits many of Scotland's well-known artists.
Located in Lochranza, it is the only working distillery on the island. You can buy Arran Whisky, have a guided tour through the distillery or a rest at Casks Cafe with a selection of soups and delicious meat and cheese platters.
The Arran Heritage Museum is in Brodick. The exhibits reflect the social history, archaeology and geology of the island. Children can enjoy the many “hands on” exhibits.
Visit this grand baronial castle and estate. Enjoy a wander in the beautiful formal gardens, or venture further to discover ponds, waterfalls and woodland trails, where you can spot red squirrels.
The Discovery Centre is Scotland’s first MPA visitor centre, and it is led by COAST (Community of Arran Seabed Trust) and the people of Arran. Interactive exhibits, touch tank, films and more. Shop for sea-themed gifts and enjoy a nice tea, coffee or ice cream. Hire snorkelling gear, tennis gear and courts,... Book one of COAST’s events or activities. Check out What’s On.
The Lagg Distillery and Visitor Centre is a spectacular building echoing the contours of Arran as you’d see it from Ailsa Craig. Join one of our tours and discover more about how we’re building on the legendary narrative of distilling on Arran to produce our Lagg Single Malt.
The Old Byre sells brands like Barbour, Seasalt and many more scottish and irish knitwear companies. In Café Thyme you can enjoy freshly made specialities. All produce is home made and sourced locally wherever possible.
Auchrannie Resort offers an extensive range of leisure facilities which are also open to non-residents (11am to 4.30pm and 7pm to 9pm daily).