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Brownsbank Cottage, by Biggar

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Description: This cottage, the but and ben where Scotlands's international poet, Hugh MacDiarmid (Christopher Grieve) lived with his wife Valda from 1951 until their deaths in 1978 and 1989, has been restored to be exactly as it was. It is now a registered museum and home to a writer-in-residence.

Ownership:
Biggar Museum Trust

Situation OS ref:

How to get there:
By car: 2 miles/3 kms from Biggar

By public transport:

Seasonal opening details (2013):
Easter to mid October

Opening Hours:
By Arrangement only call 01899 860327

Admission FREE

Facilities:

Admission:
Free, but donations to the work of the Trust are always welcome.

Contact:
Tel: 01899 221050

Attached attractions:

Additional Information
Contains many of the artefacts and books belonging to the poet.

Web link: www.biggarmuseumtrust.co.uk

Places to stay nearby:
Biggar

Local towns and villages:
Biggar

Brownsbank Cottage, by Biggar, Scotland