Went here with our two dogs to see and have a walk through the gardens. Really lovely gardens well maintained. Went up the monument which was a little difficult with dogs. Then went on brig o' doon which is a beautiful bridge and really worth going on!
This is a beautiful place to walk around and take in the gardens and monument and after looking at the river pop into the brig o do on for a nice drink and a pit of lunch
It was a beautiful day and although late in the season the flowers still smelled grand and looked great. Lots of little interesting things to see dotted around besides the monument - plus access to the Brig o'Doon.
Well manicured gardens in a most tranquil historic spot, well worth a visit if you are in the area, go back in history and cross the cobblestone brig o doon, You can climb up the rabbie burns monument which overlooks these enchanting gardens and river,
This is a great place to visit, very informative about the life of Robbie Burns. The museum is full of fun things for both young and old, the cottage where he was born is very close by and we'll worth a visit
A short walk from the birthplace museum, this lovely park is very well kept and a delightful place to spend some time. The monument is quite something to behold and the great surprise was being able to go inside and up to the viewing platform. The brig o'doon nearby was also very beautiful!
Well worth a visit at the same time as visiting the Birthplace Museum, Kirk Alloway. Especially nice if the weather is good. Easy to get to and wel sign posted in the village.
The gardens are pleasant and the monument is more than just a statue in that it presents information about the great man but will be of interest only to keen fans of the bard