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getting married at Burns Cottage

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Burns was a true romantic and he gave us some of the greatest love poems and songs in ours, or any other language. That is why his birthplace cottage is such a wonderful place to host your wedding.

The attached image of the Cottage location shows our Red Room as a stunning unique wedding venue. This is the perfect setting for a small intimate wedding with a seating capacity for 45 guests.

For further information please call 01292 443700

 
Burns Supper Express

burns supperFor an exclusive Robert Burns experience, join us in the place where it all began and celebrate the National Bard’s birthday with a traditional 2-course Burns Express Supper, including welcome by a member of the ‘Burns family’, bagpipes, ritual address to the haggis, guided tour of Burns Cottage and toast to the Bard in the very room where he was born in 1759 … all in the space of one hour!

Burns Supper Express
Main course: Traditional haggis, neeps and tatties - vegetarian option available.
Dessert: Homemade Scottish Cranachan
Tea/coffee and whisky toast (or soft drink)

Group Rate
Special Burns birthday rate: £17.59 per person. This offer is only available for groups for 30 or over & must be pre-booked.

Contact details
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0844 493 2601

 
Museum Guides and Highlight talks: Robert Burns and the Ayr Town Trail

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Highlight talks

3pm, every Wednesday throughout the year. Free with admission

 

June 1st Rosie Mapplebeck outlines the place of Robert burns in the series of Town Trails currently being developed by South Ayrshire Council.  

Meet in Temporary Exhibition Space at RBBM, Murdoch's Lone, at 3pm

 
Museum Guides and Highlight talks: Robert Burns made his Mark

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Highlight talks

3pm, every Wednesday throughout the year. Free with admission

 

June 8th Robert Burns Made his Mark   Robert Burns famously, or notoriously, wrote on windows and glass drinking vessels with a diamond-point stylus. Melvyn Gibson looks at several examples.  

Robertson Room, RBBM, Murdoch's Lone, at 3pm

 

 
Museum Guides and Highlight talks: The Influence of Robert Burns, Part 1

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Highlight talks

3pm, every Wednesday throughout the year. Free with admission

 

June 15th  As first of a series of studies of individuals greatly influenced by Robert Burns, Learning Intern Jodie Philips puts Tom Maguire, a leading trade unionist from her home city of Leeds, under the microscope.  

Robertson Room, RBBM, Murdoch's Lone, at 3pm

 
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Auld Lang Syne

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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.

Visit the facebook page >>>

Fact of the day

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In 2009 a Scottish Television public poll voted Burns the Greatest Ever Scot

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