Robert Burns

The likeness of Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland, is found at the southern end of the Mall in a section known as Literary Walk. He's depicted with a quill pen in one hand and a poem to his true love, Mary Campbell, on a scroll by his feet. Across the path, you'll see fellow Scottish literary giant Sir Walter Scott. Burns is most famous for writing "Auld Lang Syne," “Tam O'Shanter,” and “To a Mouse.”

Location

Mid-Park at 65th Street

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