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The Literary Landscape in Russian Art

Pushkin user


Friday 10 October 2014 until Sunday 1 February 2015

This exciting exhibition comes to RBBM from the State Pushkin Museum-Reserve in Mikhailovskoye, Russia. Pushkin is arguably Russia's greatest poet and he was an admirer of Burns's work. This series of beautiful works details closely the stunning countryside of the Pushkin family estate and its environs - a must for any lover of Romantic poetry or landscape art.

Museum (Gallery)


Link to Pushkin State Museum


Lunchtime Tour with Tommy

Glorious gdns user

Sunday 23 November


RBBM guide Tommy Burns leads a one-hour guided tour of the site.

Meet at the Museum

Free with admission

Ayrshire Makers Big Christmas Market


Wednesday 26 November

6pm - 8.30pm

Head to RBBM for an evening of Christmas retail therapy and entertainment. You will be spoiled for choice at our Ayrshire Makers Christmas Market, with over 50 exhibitors showing a varied selection of gifts. Don't forget to visit the Museum Cafe where local band Borealis will be performing a selection of seasonal favourites.




St. Andrew's Night Ceilidh and Supper

Fiddle resize

Saturday 29 November 

7pm -11pm

Celebrate our patron saint with the fantastic ceilidh band Borland


£18 per person


 Book here


Innovation in Concert- Contemporary Celtic Fiddle Music

Innovation user.

Fri 5 Dec 8 - 10pm

Innovation are an exciting fiddle group from Scotland, specialising in contemporary arrangements of Celtic Music from around the world.

Prices: Adult : £ 8.00 / Child : £ 5.00


 Booking Details








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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


Burns’s song Is there for Honest Poverty was chosen to open the Scottish Parliament