Rabbie Burns

Rabbie (Robert) Burns, is Scotland's National Bard, he is celebrated to this day with Burns Suppers held on his birthday across Scotland and throughout the the world, at the end of January. Ayrshire is where he spent much of his life.

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Burns House Museum

Burns House Museum

Burns moved to Mauchline after the death of his father, and it was here he met and married his wife, Jean Armour.

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Bachelors Club, Ayr

Bachelor's Club

In the lower level of this 17th Century thatched cottage were the living quarters of John Richard.

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Burns Monument Centre

Burns Monument Centre

The Burns Monument Centre is a ground-breaking development in Scotland bringing together staff expertise, resources and first class facilities.

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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland’s favourite son.

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Souter Johnnies Cottage

The home of John Davidson, village souter (shoemaker), who was the original Souter Johnnie of Robert Burns' Tam O'Shanter.

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