Rozelle House Museum and Galleries

Rozelle House Museum and Galleries

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Monday to Saturday:

10am – 5pm 


12 noon – 4pm 

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About Rozelle

Popular with visitors and locals, the picturesque Rozelle Park has something for everyone. If you are looking for culture and heritage or walking trails that are accessible for all ages and abilities, or just to relax with a coffee and a view of the tree lined park. Close to the birthplace of Scottish poet and lyricist Robert Burns, Rozelle is the perfect day out when visiting the area. 

Rozelle House Museum and Galleries

The Georgian mansion Rozelle House is now a museum and gallery with a tearoom in the lower ground of the house with patio dining. The house displays objects, artefacts and works of art from the South Ayrshire Council collections, as well as offering a changing programme of exhibitions, events and activities. The ground floor is home to Henry Moore’s bronze sculpture ‘Working Model for Draped Reclining Figure’. In the upper floor of the house you will find the permanent exhibition The Goudie Collection – A Tale of Tam o’ Shanter a series of paintings by Artist Alexander Goudie. 

The Maclaurin Art Gallery is situated in old stable block and servants quarters that adjoin Rozelle House. The contemporary art gallery has a diverse calendar of exhibitions and related activities throughout the year.

Sculptures and Trails

Story Stroll

Exploring the woodland and park you will come across willow sculpture’s by artist David Powell. The newest addition is Story Stroll,  a self led trail where you will encounter some recognisable characters from your favourite stories, all with a Scottish link. Say hello to the swans and ducks as you wander around the ponds surrounded by an extensive collection horticultural species.

Remembrance Woodland

Follow the carved poppies on a walk through the Remembrance Woodland – featuring stunning tree sculptures in memory of the soldiers who died in the First World War.

Ronald Rae’s ‘Tragic Sacrifice of Christ’ sculptures, and Kathryn Hanna’s ‘Pathways’

To the rear of the house you will find Ronald Rae’s ‘Tragic Sacrifice of Christ’ sculptures, and Kathryn Hanna’s ‘Pathways’ an art installation paying tribute to selfless Covid-19 frontline workers.

Bridle Path

There is 2km bridle path which is a mix of stone track and woodland paths. When the ground conditions are dry enough there are some places for a canter. 

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Two pieces of artwork side by side. converge:diverge Gordon Cockburn and Ronald Rae. Joint retrospective - a conversation over five decades
18 November 2023 - 28 January 2024
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Various coloured images of exhibition and sculpture of Diana the Huntress.
Various times

Museum Tours at Rozelle House