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We occasionally put links on to this page if members of the Burns Howff Club have visited and enjoyed the content or wish recommend a visit to websites of fellow burns clubs, museums and site related to burns and the scottish history and dialect

The Globe Inn
Burns's favourite Howff and the home of the Howff Club. Treasure trove of Burns memorabilia, real draught ale, vast range of specialist single malts. Also the ultimate venue for Burns Suppers.

Ellisland Farm
Before moving to Dumfries, Burns farmed at Ellisland, just outside the town. Ellisland now houses an interesting Burns museum and has lovely walks along the banks of the River Nith.

Burns Country
Everything you wanted to know about Robert Burns, Scotland's national bard (and lots more besides)

Callum Watson Piper
Club piper and member Callum Watson is the piper major with the multi award winning Dumfries Constabulary Pipe Band

Dumbarton Burns Club
A kindred club and many friends with which the Burns Howff Club in Dumfries have been pleased to be associated with for many years.

Learning & Teaching Scotland
This site has a burns Life resources section very interesting & well presented

Burns Club of London
Burns Club of London

Dumfries and Galloway Online
Comprehensive local business and tourism resource.

Robert Burns World Federation
The foremost source of information on the life and works of Robert Burns.

A massive resource of historic picture and photographs

Dumbarton Burns Club
Our friends from Dumbarton at work & play

Dalry Burns Club
Includes historical info, events schedule, discussion forum, etc. Its members are proud of its unbroken record of 177 consecutive Burns Suppers.

Landscape Galleries

John Clark landscape artist and Howff Club member has painted a view of the Tam o’ Shanter walk at Ellisland farm. Please have a look at his website 

Dumfries Museums
Access to website of museums and points of interest throughout Dumfries and Galloway.

Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society
The Society was founded in 1987 to encourage the study of family history, genealogy and the local history of the South West of Scotland.

Gracefield Arts Centre
Dumfries Arts Centre - hosted the Zig Zag exhibition in 2009