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. The museum has everything from original works to interactive, digital games, and a great choice of tasty food in the restaurant or well-kept gardens.
A short walk away, you’ll find the Burns Monument and Memorial Gardens, the eerie Auld Kirk, and the iconic 15th century Brig o’ Doon. At Rozelle Park you’ll find the popular Rozelle House Museums and Galleries, and at neighbouring Belleisle there are two visitor-friendly golf courses and a fabulous children’s play park.
Explore what Alloway has to offer…
Culture and Heritage
South Ayrshire has plenty to attract visitors to come and explore the region and its rich culture and heritage.
Museums and Galleries
Explore our museums and galleries.
Parks and Open Spaces
Discover the parks and open spaces of South Ayrshire.
Robert Burns, born in Alloway, Ayrshire on the 25th January 1759 is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide.