What a place Robert Burns has in Scottish history and died so young before 40. His house even though large for the time was still cramped and accommodated farm animals as well so imagine the aroma. Windows were small because of a window tax which was unfair. The visitors centre is worth supporting and the maps well constructed. There is a walking trail including Burns cottage, the museum, the monument and gardens and Alloway Auld Kirk. It is wheel chair accessible and has a gift shop as well as toilets on site. At weekends only a guide will be there in the cottage and don't miss this. Our guide was named Alan and he was a fountain of knowledge and lifted our experience.
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