Robert Burns Birthplace Museum ReopensPosted: 2011-01-21
The completely revamped Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway, Ayshire, opens on 25 January, 2011, in time fore Burns Night. But if you're in the area, you might want to take advantage of a free 'taster', as on Saturday, 22 January, the museum will open its doors to visitors for no charge.
If you can't make it on 22 January, the museum will be open for its regular hours of 10-5pm, 7 days a week, from the official opening on Burns Night. National Trust for Scotland members have free entry (and there is a reciprocal arrangement for English National Trust members.)
The new museum offers a host of interactive activitiies, including the Burns Supper, Burns Jukebox and Auld Lang Syne sing-a-long. These new interactive activities will encourage people to engage with the bard’s works in a new way. Click here to get a taster of the fantastic interactive games at the new museum.
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