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Opening Times , Prices and Finding Us

Finding Us

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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is located in the village of Alloway on the outskirts of the town of Ayr. The main ticket and information points are located at Burns Cottage (accessed via Greenfield Avenue) and at the main museum building (in Murdoch’s Lone). The two main sites are connected by Poet’s Path, a pedestrian walkway.

 

Opening hours

3 January - 31 March, daily 10-5
1 April - 30 September, daily 10-5.30
1 October - 31 December, daily 10-5

Closed 25, 26 December & 1,2 January

Please note that the property will be closing at 3pm on 24, 29 and 31 December.

The Monument, Statue House and Gardens will be closed from 27 to 30 December.

 

Entry costs

Admission

NTS member Free
Adult £8.50
Concession £6.50
Family  (2 adults) £21
Family (1 adult) £16.50


 

 

 

 

 

 Admission includes entry to exhibitions and Burns Cottage. Valid for 3 days


 

Getting there

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Murdoch’s Lone

Alloway

KA7 4PQ

Alloway is well served by various forms of transport. By car, it is served by the A77 trunk road, 40 minutes drive from Glasgow. There is a half-hourly train service from Glasgow to Ayr, where there is a local bus service to Alloway. Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is 8 miles from the museum, with daily flights to destinations across the UK and Europe. Both National Cycle Route 7 and the Ayrshire Coastal Path Network are connected to Alloway by short local routes.

 

 

 

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Getting around

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is easy to access and move around. Check here for details on disabled parking and access.

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Eating and drinking

Eating and drinking are a pleasure in our large self-service restaurant, with delicious, home-cooked food and options for children. Click here for more information and a sample menu.

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Parents’ survival guide

This is an ideal family destination, and our parents’ survival guide highlights all the many ways you can keep your children both amused and fascinated.

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