Experiencing Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, the Electric Brae and Culzean Castle with a private guide..
(Full day) First stop is the village of Alloway, the birthplace of Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns. Here we have the opportunity to visit "Burns Cottage" and a major new attraction, the recently opened Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
We steep ourselves in his history and heritage and visit Alloway Auld Kirk, Brig o' Doon and Burns Monument Garden.
We then skirt the Ayrshire coast and cross over the world famous optical illusion known as "The Electric Brae" on our way to Culzean Castle, seat of the Clan Kennedy. Culzean Castle is one of Scotlands most popular visitor attractions and showcases Robert Adam's architecture and beautifully landscaped gardens on a dramatic clifftop.
This tour allows us to enjoy panoramic views across the Irish Sea and the granite bird Sanctuary of "Ailsa Craig" from where curling stones are hewn.
This tour gives you the opprtunity to visit a castle and gardens, steep yourself in the history and heritage of our "National Bard" Robert Burns at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and enjoy spectacular views as we take a scenic drive through the Scottish countryside.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Please note that I am very flexible for your time of pick up and return.
8 passenger Vauxhall Vivaro minibus.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
35 GBP - Entry to visitor attractions, ferry fares, food and refreshments not included in tour.
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We have completed our three one day tours with George Martin and they we're all great. Can't say enough about the quality of the tours. Lots of great sites and informative storytelling in between. George was also very good at finding great little off the beaten path restaurants and pubs when we needed a break. Aye a bonnie good time!