Friday, 23 September 2011

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum


New for 2011 - world class venue for International icon

Robert Burns is synonymous with Scottish heritage the world over.  The National Trust for Scotland’s new 5-star multi-site Visitor Attraction is an exciting blend of the old and new with innovative eco-architecture, precious historic artefacts and cutting edge technology, designed to appeal to all ages and interests.  Set in 10 acres of Alloway countryside, there’s a lot to see and discover: 

Fun, interactive displays featuring the world’s most important Burns collection

Visit the thatched 18th century thatched cottage where Burns was born; climb the Burns Monument and explore Alloway Auld Kirk (said to be haunted...)

Step into history on the famous Brig o’ Doon which features in Burns’ epic poem, Tam o’ Shanter
Enjoy a stroll along Poet’s Walk and meet a famous Mouse along the way!

Relax in the 120-seat licensed restaurant serving traditional Scottish dishes and light bites and browse in the museum shops (tax free shopping) for exclusive Burns-branded gifts

Free destination maps with admission (foreign languages available)

Combine with a visit to nearby 5-star Culzean Castle to create a perfect day out for groups and FITs or visit www.nts.org.uk/discover   to see how you can follow the Burns Trail with our flexible, money saving, Discover Tickets

For more information and group bookings contact traveltrade@nts.org.uk; telephone 0844 4932104 (+44  131 2439304 outside UK)


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