Birthplace of poet Robert Burns.
Birthplace of poet Robert Burns.
A place of wonder with plenty of history to discover. Great parking and everything within walkable distance, once you've been round the museum follow the poetry trail which tells a story all the way to Robert burns cottage which is fascinating. Staff are very helpful and a lovely restaurant. Plenty of interactive games for children and adults.
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Fascinating look at Burns short life and all he crammed into it. Really helpful staff and very knowledgeable - an amazing wealth of knowledge in their heads. Interesting and well laid out. Can easily be done in an hour but you could comfortably spend a couple of hours in there. Fab place and the shop is very well stocked with... 更多
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If you are interested in Burns then this place is a must to visit. The building itself is sleek and modern and sits well in the landscape. The cafe and restaurant are excellent, as are the grounds which are well laid-out and open to the public. Close by are the Burns Cottage, the Kirk and the Brig. Plenty parking spaces.
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We'd decided to visit Ayr/Alloway after I'd done a short course about the life of Burns - after thinking I'd known lots about him but never been to Ayr! I especially wanted to visit the McLaurin Gallery and the Burns Museum. The Museum building is impressive with the usual very lovely National Trust café and shop. The exhibition layout is... 更多
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This first class museum provides multimedia/interactive information on Rabbie Burns' life and his poetry, with tasteful and thorough presentations of some of his most famous works, eg Tam O' Shanter. The cafe and restaurant are excellent, as are the grounds which are well laid-out and open to the public. Accessible to infirm people. The museum is within 10 minutes' walk... 更多
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Visited here with my family but unfortunately we did not have time to visit the Museum but we did visit Burns Cottage - the birthplace of Robert Burns and the lovely wee gift shop. We went inside the cottage and we were struck by the sparse living standard of that time. It did have interesting features though like how the... 更多
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Well what can I say, I have been recovering from an illness over the last few months ,and having turned a corner I thought lets take the old moan pot and grand child out for the day, not far away, I thought why not burns museum, to be honest its in the phrase "why not" good god after shelling out... 更多
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This is a great attraction with a complete history of Robert Burns. Exhibits are informative and there are many original pieces. Many parts are very interactive making interesting for young and old. Admission price also covers Burns Cottage (Robert Burns birthplace) just along the street. Had coffee in the cafeteria, it was great quality and value for money. Recommended.
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Interesting and modern museum building alongside the old cottage. A nice wee walk between the two sites
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Lots to see and do . Plenty of hands on experiences for children. Grounds well kept and make a nice walk.do visit the outdoor kirk and poets path.
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