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Brodick

Brodick

Brodick is the main town on the Isle of Arran, halfway along the east coast of the island, set in Brodick Bay below Goat Fell, the tallest mountain on Arran. Therefore, Brodick is a popular holiday destination and a base for hill-walking. Brodick is one of the largest town on the island and is seen as the main hub due to the ferry terminal which connects the island to the mainland. The town is host to shops, heritage museum, tourist information centre, Brodick Castle, and a public beach and park.

There is lots for visitor’s to discover on the Isle of Arran with a rich local history and culture, which is reflected in fantastic local museums and many attractions on the isle, such as Brodick Castle.

We love Brodick because...

  • Great for water sports
  • Ideal for wildlife watching
  • Rich local history
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In and around Brodick

Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park

This majestic, Victorian structure is set against the dramatic landscape of Goat Fell Mountain, with outstanding views over Brodick Bay. There are wonderful landscaped gardens for visitors to explore, with woodlands, ponds and even waterfalls to discover. The interior of the castle is fascinating, with impressive collections of period décor, furniture, paintings and much more. Guests to the castle can learn more about the castle’s history and the areas local history inside.

Isle of Arran Distillery

Whisky or ‘Arran Water’ as it’s known locally has been made on the isle for generations, often illegally, though this distillery has been operating for over 150 years within the confines of the law. A guided tour here will educate visitors on the fascinating history of whisky production here, with passionate tour guides giving you a behind the scenes look at production and holding a tasting session where you can try the final product for yourself.

Isle of Arran Heritage Museum

Tracing the riveting history of the Isle of Arran from early Bronze age beginnings, right up until the present day. The isle’s history comes to life through fascinating displays as well as relics, photographs and paintings. Discover the seafaring traditions of the isle and come eye-to-eye with a digitally recreated man from over 3,000 years ago, as well as many other fascinating exhibits.

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