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Glorious Gardens and Farmers Market

Glorious gdns user

Sunday 18 May

11am - 4pm

Come and join us for a fun packed day for all the family. Enjoy plant sales, craft and farmers market, children's garden activities or join one of our experts for a garden tour.

Museum and Monument Gardens

Free (other charges may apply)

Andalusia Coast Band


Thursday 22 May


Join us for an evening performance with the Andalusia Coast Band. This exciting 5 piece were formed in September 2013 and will be bringing their genre blending mix of Celtic, Folk and contemporary music to bring a truly unique package of memorable songs sure to thrill any audience.

£5 Adults, Concession

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Tam o' Shopper's Trail!

Tam O S user

Friday 23 May


2pm - 4pm


Join in with Tam o' Shanter story as you go about your weekly shop; meet the characters en route and keep an eye out for the Cutty Sark! Will Tam get his messages safely ower the keystane o the Auld Brig and manage to hold on to his chips and cheese?! Ayr High Street to the Auld Brig.






Burns n' a That Music Night

American songbook user

Friday 23 May




The best of Burns meets the American songbook as Ayrshire performers David Douglas, Roger Paterson and Borealis host an evening of varied musical entertainment at the birthplace of the Bard


Adults / Concession / Children £10

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Sunday Talk: Robert Burns and the Excise Service


Sunday 25 May


Join Professor Gerard Carruthers FRSE as we look at Burns's career as an Exciseman. What are we to make of the poet's time in this service; did it involve compromises? Did it yield imaginative potential for the writer? How did he relate to his colleagues in Crown service? We attempt to address these questions with Professor Carruthers - Francis Hutcheson Chair of Scottish Literature at Glasgow University and Co-director of the Centre for Robert Burns Studies.



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Auld Lang Syne


Sing or play the world’s favourite song and become part of Robert Burns Museum..

No matter how good or bad a performer you are - Burns himself had a notoriously terrible singing voice - you can add to this growing exhibit by posting your video to our facebook page.

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Fact of the day


James Boswell’s son, Alexander, convened the committee to build Alloway’s Burns Monument but never saw it open as he was killed in a duel before it could be completed