Robert Burns is celebrated as the national poet of Scotland and is even celebrated worldwide for his work.
He lived and died in Dumfries, and you can visit his house for free to learn about his life and work! Burns died in the house in 1796, when he was just 37 years old.
Robert Burns also famously rebelled against religion, and many people admire him for his strong views - making his house a popular attraction.
You will get to see how he and his family lived their life in the eighteenth century. Remember to check out the fab gift shop at the end of your visit - you'll find plenty of products related to Robert Burns to remind you of your trip.
Concessions: Free entry