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Celebrating Robert Burns In Scotland

Updated: Mar 12

Robert Burns also known as Rabbie Burns, the national poet of Scotland was born in Alloway 1759. Famous for his renditions 'To a Mouse', 'Address to a Haggis', 'Tam o' Shanter', 'A Red, Red Rose' and 'Auld Lang Syne'. Discover more about this famous Scot and Celebrating Robert Burns In Scotland.

Bust of Robert Burns ©MDHarding

Celebrating Robert Burns In Scotland

Places To Visit In Alloway, The Birthplace of Robert Burns

1. Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Explore inside Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, it has a wealth of information, cafe with delicious snacks, hot and cold beverage's, there is also a gift shop and you can also get your very own Burns Shadow Portrait.

Inspired Sculpture At Robert Burns Birthplace Museum ©MDHarding

2. Burns Cottage

Go back in time with a visit to Burns Cottage built-in 1757.