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Outside view of Vikingar! in Largs

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Visit Vikingar! located in the beautiful coastal resort of Largs in Ayrshire, and be enthralled by the saga of the Vikings in Scotland. In the capable hands of our costumed story tellers, experience the Viking adventure first hand as you are guided through 500 years of history, shown a Viking Longhouse and taken to meet the Viking Gods and Valkyries in Valhalla, as Viking history is brought to life in the Viking Experience.

Then take your seat for an amazing 5-screen film presentation following one Viking family through generations of turmoil, battle and adventure until the Battle of Largs in 1263. Finally, enter the Viking Hall of Knowledge where multi-media technology and other learning aids continue the Saga of the Vikings in Scotland. If you are looking for excitement, realism, atmosphere, action and a great day out - the Viking Experience has it covered!

Vikingar! also boasts a four lane 25m swimming pool and a small separate pool suitable for the young and those learning to swim. The K:A Studios fitness centre is a new addition to Vikingar and offers an impressive selection of quality fitness equipment provided in a first class exercise environment.

The superb Barrfields Theatre offers a varied and entertaining programme with both professional and amateur theatre productions. Also within Vikingar! children have the freedom to enjoy themselves in a secure environment in the Mini Vikings Soft Play Area, which features tunnels, slides, ball pit, walkway and exciting noise elements!

Opening hours

February - November
Please see website for details


General Admission
Adult from £2.50
Kids from £2.30

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Greenock Road,
Ayrshire and Arran,
KA30 8QL,

Phone number

01475 689777


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