Day Trips & Excursions

Ayrshire Coast from Glasgow with Robert Burns Country and More

Visit the charming Ayrshire coast, birthplace of Scotland’s National Poet, Robert Burns, on this full-day trip from Glasgow. Home to ancient Scottish castles and a romantic countryside, you’ll find the region to be as captivating as Robert Burns described in his many poems and songs. Explore Culzean Country Park in the morning, and then spend your afternoon in the heart of ‘Burns Country’ – the town of Ayr where Robert Burns was born.
8 hours
Multi-day & Extended Tours

Isle of Arran 3-Day Tour from Edinburgh

Discover the diverse landscapes of the Isle of Arran on a 3-day tour from Edinburgh, and see some of mainland Scotland’s highlights, too! On route to the wild and windswept island, visit impressive Culzean Castle and spend time in ‘Burns Country,’ where Robert Burns (Scotland’s national poet) was born. After two nights in a 3-star guesthouse or hotel as well as a full-day tour of the Isle of Arran, return to Edinburgh via the Kintyre Peninsula and enjoy a final stop in the village of Inveraray.
3 days
Multi-day & Extended Tours

Isle of Arran 3-Day Tour from Glasgow

Get to know the Isle of Arran’s rugged island landscapes as well as some of the highlights of mainland Scotland on a comprehensive 3-day tour from Glasgow! With a friendly guide at your side, visit ‘Burns Country,’ birthplace of the Scottish national poet Robert Burns, and sites such as Culzean Castle, and then spend two nights in a 3-4-star guesthouse or hotel in Brodick on the Isle of Arran. Explore the island on a full-day tour, and then return to Glasgow via the picturesque Kintyre Peninsula and Inveraray village.
3 days
Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum Entrance Ticket

Flagship museum on Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, set in the beautiful village of Alloway, in Ayrshire.The museum starts a journey that weaves through the village, guiding you from historical building to landmarks known to Burns. Included in the visit is Burn’s Cottage, where Robert Burns was born in 1759. Cross the Brig o’ Doon and explore Alloway Auld Kirk, both immortalised in Tam O’ Shanter and climb to the top of the Burns Monument in the beautiful riverside gardens.
6 hours