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Learn more about Scotland’s National Bard, Robert Burns, his intriguing but short life and world-famous works, and uncover connections to Burns across Scotland.
Visit some of the places that inspired him and explore some of his former homes and you can even enjoy a dram in his favourite pub. Spend an afternoon at one of the fascinating museums about Burns’ life and discover enchanting items such as first editions of his work and one of his writing sets.
Celebrate Burns Night on 25 January with hints and tips for creating a memorable Burns Supper and find out more about the fantastic annual Burns an’ a’ that! Festival held in Ayrshire, Burns’ birthplace.
Burns Cottage at Alloway, birthplace of Robert Burns
A Burns Night celebration at Stirling Castle
One of Burns' writing desks in Mill Vennel, the house where he lived in Dumfries
The Brig O' Doon House Hotel and the Burns Monument and Gardens at Alloway
The Burns an’ a’ that! Festival celebrates the life and timeless works of Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns. Hear recitations of his most famous songs and poems in his birthplace of Ayr and hear fantastic live music by top contemporary acts.
Immerse yourself in the world of Robert Burns by stepping inside his former homes and favourite drinking hole - the Globe Inn, and see a desk where he composed his most famous works at the Writers' Museum in Edinburgh.