Burns Statue

Burns' Statue, at the far northern end of High Street, dating back to 1882, commemorates Dumfries' most famous citizen. A plaque on the wall of the buildings to the west of the statue marks the site of the Franciscan monastery where Robert the Bruce and his followers killed Comyn the Red in 1306.

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Church Crescent

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Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk
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Midsteeple
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Devorgilla Bridge
Devorgilla Bridge
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Old Bridge House Museum
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Robert Burns Centre
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Robert Burns' House
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Burns spent the last few years of his
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Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk
Part of a 15C Franciscan monastery, the
0:15
Midsteeple
Midsteeple
An imposing building with an angular
0:30
Old Bridge House Museum
Old Bridge House Museum
This 17C house was once a barrelmaker's
1:00
See all