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  From his home in Alloway to the 'bricht lichts' of Edinburgh, Burns travelled the country in search of inspiration and, of course, libation!

1Burns Cottage and Museum, Alloway 2Burns Monument and Gardens, Alloway
3Tam o'Shanter Experience, Alloway 4Alloway Old Kirk, Alloway
5Burns House Museum, Mauchline 6Highland Mary's Monument, Mauchline
7Brig o' Doon, Alloway 8Poosie Nansie's Tavern, Mauchline
9National Burns Memorial Tower, Mauchline 10Mauchline Castle, Mauchline
11Burns House, Dumfries 12Burns Mausoleum, Dumfries
13Robert Burns Centre, Dumfries 14Broughton House and Garden, Kirkcudbright
15Craigieburn House and Garden, Moffat 16Ellisland, Dumfries & Galloway
17Globe Inn, Dumfries 18Cessnock Castle, Ayrshire
19Brow Well, Ruthwell 20Dean Castle, Kilmarnock
21Stair, Ayrshire 22Bachelors' Club, Tarbolton
23Souter Johnnie's Cottage, Kirkoswald 24Highland Mary's Statue, Dunoon
25Burns Club and Museum, Irvine 26Vennel Museum, Irvine
27House of Mergie, Kincardineshire 28Gordon Castle, Morayshire
29Castle Grant, Morayshire 30Kilravock Castle, Morayshire
31Finlaystone House, Renfrewshire 32Blair Castle, Kilwinning
33Clackmannan Tower, Clackmannan 34Harviestoun Castle, Harviestoun
35Writers' Museum, Edinburgh 36Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh
37Blair Castle, Blair Atholl


All information courtesy of Goblinshead, publishers of the Wee Guide To Robert Burns
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Burns Heritage Park
Scots national bard Robert Burns is renowned the world over and as people toast his work on Burns Night, Lorraine Wakefield visits his birthplace and the Burns National Heritage Park.
     
On The Trail of The Bard
Hamish Burns follows in the footsteps of his namesake, from his childhood on the farm to the wild nights and romantic encounters of his early adult life.

     
Capital's Tribute To Burns
It may be more than 200 years since Robert Burns last visited the Capital but as Gary Flockhart discovers, Edinburgh still plays a key role in the legend of the Bard.