Submit a Listing

Destination South Ayrshire

Ayr Town Hall

Ayr Town Hall

Ayr Town Hall, New Bridge Street, Ayr KA7 1JX
Ayr Town Hall, New Bridge Street, Ayr KA7 1JX

Ayr Town Hall is situated in the heart of the historic seaside town. The category ‘A’ listed building dating back to 1827 dominates the Town centre skyline with its 277ft steeple. Situated on the main bus route and only a short walk to the beach, it is convenient and easily accessible to all.

The hall consists of the Town Hall, the Council Chamber and two Committee Rooms. The Town Hall can hold 641 people, the Chamber can hold 50 people and the Committee Rooms can hold 25 people.

There is also a loop system for those with hearing impairment in the Town Hall and wheelchair access is available.

The Town Hall is suitable for concerts and should alcohol be required, this can be arranged by obtaining an occasional permit from the Town Buildings in Ayr.

Opening hours

  • Monday – Thursday 8.45am to 4.45pm
  • Friday 8.45am to 4pm

Closed during Public holidays.

Facilities

Additional Information

Accessible rooms
Disabled access
Exclusive use
Free Wi-Fi
Weddings

Additional Information

Accessible rooms
Disabled access
Exclusive use
Free Wi-Fi
Weddings

Map

You might also like...

Troon
The exterior entrance to Troon Walker Halls.

Troon Concert and Walker Halls

Troon Concert & Walker Halls are set in the Municipal Building in the town of Troon, overlooking the Firth of Clyde.  Situated centrally on the main bus route and only a short walk to the train station and beach, making it convenient and easy t...
Ayr
Exterior of stone townhouse dating to the early 16th century.

Loudoun Hall

Loudon Hall was built around 1513 by James Tait, a wealthy burgess of Ayr. It’s one of the earliest examples in Scotland of a townhouse of the late medieval period, has been restored by the Saltire Society, and is worth a visit. It began as three vau...
Dundonald
Dundonald Castle

Dundonald Castle and Visitor Centre

Dundonald Castle is a splendid example of a 14th-century medieval tower house, with a fine barrel-vaulted ceiling in the lower hall. Sitting on a prominent hilltop in Dundonald village, Dundonald Castle commands fine views over the Firth of Clyde. Th...
Copyright © 2022 Destination South Ayrshire. Provided by South Ayrshire Council.