Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

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Discover the real stories and artefacts of Scotland's greatest poet

Treat yourself for a 'wee' visit to the home of Scotland's favourite son, and explore the birthplace of a national treasure at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Housed inside a quaint cottage in the charming hamlet of Alloway, it's here that one of Western culture's most influential figures was born and spent his childhood. The museum contains thousands of authentic artefacts, personal belongings, and handwritten manuscripts. Presented in imaginative exhibition spaces, the museum gives visitors a window into Burns' world of creative inspiration. Writer of iconic songs and poems like “Auld Lang Syne” and “Tam o' Shanter”, 'Rabbie' Burns is regarded as one of the greatest poets in history. Writing in a mix of English and Scots Gaelic, Burns is revered as Scotland's most treasured bard, but his timeless rhymes reached far beyond Scotland's highlands and glens.

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Last admission: 30min before closing
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Admission to the museum

Admission to Burns Cottage


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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Murdoch's Lone, Alloway, KA7 4PQ