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Skelmorlie Aisle, Largs, the visitor centre next door has the key and will let you in and wait; feel free to take your time exploring - Picture of Skelmorlie Aisle, Largs

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Skelmorlie Aisle, Largs, the visitor centre next door has the key and will let you in and wait; feel free to take your time exploring
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BethM527 wrote a review Apr 2019
UK5 contributions8 helpful votes
Details from Historic Scotland's website: Skelmorlie Aisle, built in 1636 as a private worship place and burial vault, was an addition to Largs Parish Church. It was such a splendid creation that when the church was demolished in the early 1800s, it was saved from destruction.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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