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DUMFRIESSHIRE LAND O' BURNS

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ATTRACTIONS COLLECTIONS

Ellisland Museum and Farm
Ellisland Farm was built by Burns for Jean Armour and their family. Holds part of the Burns National Collection.

Burns wrote Auld Lang Syne here.

Friars Carse Country House

Mansion and Estate Burns spent time in. Also has the Hermitage where he wrote and Whistles Restaurant named after that competition!

Robert Burns House
National Collection | Exhibition

The house where Burns died.

Robert Burns Centre

and Film Theatre

Exhibition of later years |

Film Theatre

St Michael's Kirkyard

with Burns Mausoleum

Burns is buried here with Jean Armour and some of his children

The Globe Inn

Burns favourite howff

The Theatre Royal

Burns was a patron of the theatre and wrote some pieces for it.

The Ewart Library

Holds some studies and manuscripts of Burns.

Closeburn Castle

Burns visited Closeburn Castle.

The Selkirk Arms Hotel

Where Burns stayed at times and may have first recited The Selkirk Grace. They now have a Burns room.

Broughton House & Garden

Owned by National Trust for Scotland, Broughton House holds 'Glasgow Boy' Hornel's vast collection of Burns.

Drumlanrig Castle
Home of Burns friend McMurdo where he etched a window pane. Today the castle and estate are visitor attractions.

Museum of Lead Mining Wanlockhead

Burns explored the mines in Scotland's highest village.

Dunscore Heritage Centre

Burns set up a library in Dunscore.

LANDMARKS

DISCOVERIES

Dumfries

Hole In the Wa' Inn

Midsteeple

Burns Tenement

Closeburn

Brownhill Inn

Sanquhar

The New Inn

Brow

The Brow Well

Dunscore

Old Kirk

LAND O' BURNS

TRIBUTE TRAIL

8. Dumfries Burns Statue & dog

9. Portpatrick Statue Bowling Green

60. Dumfries Flaxman Bronze Reduction in Globe Inn

78. Dumfries St Michaels Kirkyard statue of Jean Armour

87. Dumfries Tennement Plaque

95. Dumfries Mausoleum where Burns & Jean are buried

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