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4 of us visited. Friendly young lady showed us around and was very knowledgeable, thank you. Small museum across the road of minature wood boxes and curling. Burns museum car park close by with cobbled walkway around old town to the museum. But - such...More
Lovely village of Alloway where Burns lived and the museum is so interesting and informative - you can even sing along to 'Auld Langs Syne'
Lots of interactive exhibits especially for children
Tasty and reasonably priced menu at cafe - obviously neeps an tatties with...More
At the Burns House Museum, a charming small place in Mauchline, (they might be closed briefly at lunch time.) pick up a copy of "Robert Burns Blue Plaque Guide", a map with brief notations showing 23 Burns related Mauchline locations, all within walking distance. Our...More
Really enjoyable, interesting visit with plenty material to read. the video was first class being very informative and enlightening.
The young lady was very helpful, pleasant and courteous, really impressed by her as obvious knew her job very well and made me feel very helpful....More
It does not look an inspiring museum, ticked in behind some houses in Mauchine. However, it houses some interesting information about Robert Burns and his life that have been presented in a very appropriate and sensible way for both old and young visitors. Well worth...More
This museum was visited as an after thought because a planned trip to the Batchelors Club at Tarbolton was shut as a result time was short for us and therefore we couldn't spend as long as was needed to fully appreciate the wealth of information...More