Kirbuster Farm Museum is now closed for winter, it will re-open in Spring 2024. Thank you to everyone who visited this year and we look forwarded to welcoming you back.
Kirbuster is the last un-restored example of a traditional ‘firehoose’ in Northern Europe and was occupied right up until the 1960s.
Although the house, with its distinctive peat fire, will be the only building open, the gardens, orchard and grounds can still be explored and are a lovely spot for a burn-side picnic, game of putting or an exploration of the Trowie Trail. Visitors are asked to self-guide round the site and access will be limited to three households at any one time so please be prepared to wait for entry if it's busy or come back at another time.
We also ask that everyone respects the safety measures in place. Please see our FAQs for more details.
Entry is free
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Transport and Parking
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Outdoor Play Area
Baby Changing Facilities
Public Toilet Facilities
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