Burns Night

Enjoy the history and heritage of Burns Night, celebrating Scotland's national bard Robert Burns.

Graham Main, artistic director of the Big Burns Supper, talks about why haggis takes centre stage at the Big Burns ...

26/11/2015

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The owners of the Globe Inn in Dumfries, the pub which Robert Burns nicknamed his 'howff', have donated a set of ...

13/10/2015

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Take part in our History Scotland mini-survey and have your say on the future of the magazine…

30/04/2015

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Author Rosemary Gemmell tells the story of Mary Campbell, the Dunoon dairymaid who inspired some of Robert Burns's ...

02/04/2015

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Researchers have created the most complete mapping of the route that Robert Burns took on his tours of the ...

21/01/2015

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Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle will be holding special events to celebrate the legacy of Robert Burns on 24 ...

20/01/2015

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BBC Scotland’s young traditional musician of the year Robyn Stapleton talks to History Scotland about how the work ...

19/01/2015

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A History Scotland subscription is a wonderful gift for a friend or loved one. Buy a subscription and we'll send ...

11/11/2014

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Follow in the footsteps of Scotland’s national bard with our guide to the places associated with the life and work ...

16/03/2014

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Your guide to creating the perfect Burns Night celebration.

20/01/2014

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The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum has given online access to thousands of unique and delicate items relating to ...

09/01/2013

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A volunteer at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum has become one of only ten people in the UK to receive an Art ...

11/07/2012

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