The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum offers a truly unique encounter with Scotland's favourite son.
Start your visit in the museum building and enjoy this 21st century tribute to Burns. It houses the world's most important collection of Burns' original works and personal belongings, in a bright and modern building. The museum has an attractive cafe serving light meals and refreshments and shop with a wide selection of unique gifts and souvenirs. Look out for exhibitions and events throughout the year.
After visiting the museum, visit the birthplace of Scotland's national poet; why not explore the Burns Monument in Kilmarnock, the Brig o'Doon or Alloway's Auld Kirk.
This site is in the care of the National Trust for Scotland, one of Scotland's leading conservation charities, and admission is free to members.
One ticket provides admission to the whole Robert Burns Birthplace Museum site or become a member when you visit and enjoy free access to all Trust properties for a year.