A wee look back at Rabbie Burns
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
The museum has level access throughout, wchair entrance to the left of the rotating door. Shop and restaurant has good space to manoeuvre. There are accessible toilets at both the museum and by the cottage. The cottage itself itself is 10 min walk away via the poets path which is very flat and accessible and decent surface to wheel on. The cottage is accessible, and tho small, worth going to. It is quite bumpy once inside due to the floors being cobbled stones and a bit uneven but nothing to worry about.
Transport & Parking
Has its own private car park directly outside with a good amount of accessible spaces. Unsure about getting there via public transport.
The museum has excellent level access, where as, the cottage is level access but the floor, being a very old building has cobbled stone flooring and is a bit uneven. This should not prevent anyone from visiting it! In the museum there is large print available if asked for. Some of the exhibits have an audio commentary to go along with them.
Are a good size in the museum. There is also an accessible toilet at the cottage area.
Staff were exceptionally helpful. With the staff member at the ticket desk taking a good bit of time to explain the best accessible ways to see the different places along the poets path. Also explaining there is large print versions of text which can be requested at reception desk