Rozelle House Galleries is utterly fascinating. Delve deep into the exquisite work of revered Scottish artist Alexander Goudie. His 54 paintings all portray the tale of Tam O’ Shanter — one of Burn’s most epic and gripping narrative poems. This literary work of art came about in 1790 and was published in 1791 when Burns was residing in Dumfries. Although lengthy, this poem features a good mix of Scots dialect as well as English. This exceptional exhibition is housed in the stunning mansion house built in 1760 by the architect of Culzean Castle Robert Adam.