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Burns monument with gardens

Burns Monument

Soon after the death of the great bard a committee of his greatest supporters set about memorialising the man. The memorial was completed in 1823 with funds raised by public subscription, with more than 700 donors being recognised in the local press....
Wooden silhouette of Robert Burns.

Burns Surprising Facts

Burns Surprising Facts Listen to the story Burns Suprising Facts: ...

Shadows of the Past

Shadows of the Past...Ayr's Myths, Legends and History As part of Once Upon a Time in South Ayrshire, Shadows of the Past…Ayr’s Myths, Legends and History is a self-led jo...
Wallace Tower

Wallace Tower

The Wallace Tower was built in 1882 replacing the first Wallace tower (Auld tour) which was owned by the Wallace family of Craigie and is located in Ayr’s High Street and is a Neo Gothic monument standing 113 ft in height.  The tower was designe...
outside Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

What better place to find out about Robert Burns than in Alloway, at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum? There, you’ll not only see the most significant collection of his work in the world, but enjoy a g...
Monkton village


Monkton is a small village just 1.5 miles north of Prestwick, bordering on the perimeter of Glasgow Prestwick Airport. A tower-like building on the hill beside Monkton was originally a windmill, and later a dovecot. On the other side of the Prestwick...
View of the famous Tam' o' shanter Brig o' Doon.


Whether you like poetry and picnics, or flowers and fine food, the leafy, green spaces of Alloway hold something for everyone. The birthplace of Robert Burns, it’s busy with tourists from all over the world, but holds a peaceful, otherworldly charm. ...

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