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Burns National Heritage Park

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

1 Airdrie Road, Alloway, KA7 4PY


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Robert Burns national Heritage Park days out in scotland
The attraction consists of five distinct parts. The cottage where Burns was born, which was built by his father, has been set up to look as realistic as possible. Small details such as the cows which lived next door to the living room (as was the norm in the 18th century) are still there (OK they ar...

ROBERT BURNS NATIONAL HERITAGE PARK - Welcome to the Official website for Burns Cottage
in the Museum. Walk in the footsteps of Tam O'Shanter in "Alloway's auld haunted kirk" and across auld Brig O'Doon, where Tam's mare, Meg had her narrow escape from the witches. View Robert Burns' beloved Ayrshire countryside from the roof of Burns Monument and experience the humour and ex...

Visitscotland Burns National Heritage Park Alloway Park Welcome
The birthplace of Scotland's National Poet, Robert Burns, set in the heart of romantic Alloway. Explore Burns Cottage and museum, Burns Monument, the Brig o'Doon and haunted Kirk Alloway and relax at the Tam O' Shanter Ex...

Burns National Heritage Park, Ayr, Ayrshire, UK
At the Burns National Heritage Park the clay cottage where Robert Burns was born can be seen, containing the original furniture. A short walk away from the cottage is Alloway Kirk, the setting for Tam O'Shanter, Burn's famous poem. In the nearby village of Kirkoswald, where Burns went to school, is ...

Burns National Heritage Park Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
700 subscribers contributed to building costs of £3,247. The competition to design the monument was won by Sir Thomas Hamilton, whose 70ft high temple of Grecian style is as striking today as it would have been when built. The base of the monument is triangular, with each face looking towards ...

Burns National Heritage Park | Burns National Heritage Park, Ayr, Scotland | Whatsonwhen
Founded in 1995, the Burns National Heritage Park comprises a number of separate entities celebrating the birth, life and works of Scotland's most famous poet, Robert - Rabbie - Burns (1759-1796). Centred on his birthplace, the park also includes the Burns Museum (adjacent to the cottage), the 1823 ...

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