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This is a fine museum and worthy of preservation as the place of birth of our national poet. Everything is nicely reconstructed to give a glimpse of what life was like back then. There's a nice sculpture depicting the final scene from Tam O'Shanter, a...More
This is a typical old scottish cottage from a bygone era but it is wonderful to visit a place with so much historical value. We have been here on a number of occasions but it is much better to do the full tour of Alloway...More
Didn’t know about this until searched for things to do. Didn’t know a lot about Robert Burns but after visiting this excellent, informative museum I am so interested in Robert Burns. Lots of original artefacts, well laid out and the most amazing volunteers. They know...More
So many original Burns artifacts, personal belongings, letters, manuscripts, even his old guitar. Spent a long time wandering around trying to take everything in. Went next to his cottage which we were told was just a 10 minute walk. Suggest use the car, it's further...More
Dropped into RBBM as we wanted a cup of tea and a wander round the shop to see if they had anything different for Xmas presents. As always, there were plenty of unique items for sale so purchases were made and another couple of items...More
Delightful town with a number of sites to see relative to Robert Burns. See the birthplace, the museum, the gardens, etc. Good way to spend 2 or 3 hours. The area is very well kept and nice. When we were there it wasn't crowded so...More
We started at the museum & spent quite a bit of time looking at all the exhibits. It is a bit dark in there, but the reason is explained. Lots of interesting stuff to see, with quite a bit of reading involved if you want...More