Humanitarian, national hero, poet and musician, lover and international icon, Robert Burns is Scotland’s most remarkable and best-loved son.
Perfect for groups, Burns National Heritage Park connects Burns Cottage and Museum, Burns Monument and Gardens, Alloway Auld Kirk, Brig o’Doon and the Tam o’ Shanter Experience, all within easy walking distance of each other. Services include coach parking, 120-cover restaurant and Burns-themed gift shop. Free driver/guide lunch vouchers are also available. From summer 2010, Burns National Heritage Park will be replaced by Robert Burns Birthplace Museum,
with admissions prices ranging from £5.25 per person.
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