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Burns National Heritage Park

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Burns National Heritage Park

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Murdoch's Lone Alloway, Ayr KA7 4PQ Scotland
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The Ayrshire Coast,Culzean Castle and Robert Burns (1 to 8 people available)
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The Ayrshire Coast,Culzean Castle and Robert Burns (1 to 8 people available)

Come with us and enjoy this unique encounter with Scotland’s favourite son, Robert Burns. Experience the famous sites in Alloway where Burns lived and was inspired to write his most famous work. We will also discover the beauty of the Ayrshire coast and the stunning Culzean castle and its pleasure gardens.
US$738.81 per adult
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782friedag wrote a review Jan 2020
Coffs Harbour, Australia36 contributions5 helpful votes
I spent a few hours here and enjoyed the experience. Visited the museum, shop, cafe (lovely quiche and pot of tea), walked around the gardens, churchyard, monument, bridge and cottage. All lovely. Children's playground looked wonderful. Staff were friendly and helpful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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roscwmbran wrote a review Aug 2019
Cwmbran, United Kingdom575 contributions218 helpful votes
Now owned by the National Trust there is a entrance fee which also includes entry to the museum. Although entrance to the museum gardens is free. The cottage is small with only three rooms and the cafe was closed.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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andraHarthill wrote a review Aug 2019
Harthill118 contributions26 helpful votes
This is a great park to visit, Burns cottage (Birth place) walks through the woods and kids can try to spot all sorts of insects etc, All in a greay family day out.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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kwagmeister wrote a review Jun 2019
Newburgh, Indiana1,471 contributions474 helpful votes
The cottage where Robert Burns lived has been preserved and opened, preserving an important piece of Scottish history. The gardens are particularly lovely and are very well maintained. The roses are incredible! You’ll be in and out of the cottage quickly, but we enjoyed the kitchen garden and many flowers. There are restroom facilities at the cottage and then again at the museum just down the way. Particularly on a nice day this is a lovely visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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IAG2608 wrote a review Jun 2019
Vancouver, Canada516 contributions237 helpful votes
It was interesting to visit the Auld Kirk and learn about its involvement in the life of Robert Burns and his family.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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