Well preserved 16th Century Tower with an exhibition of Walter Scott-themed tapestries and costume dolls.
A vast eerie Fortress at the heart of many of the bloodiest events in the history of the Borders.
Magnificent deer herds and rare breeds. Birds of prey display.
Step back in time to the beginning of the century. Try typesetting by hand and watch the printer at work.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Jim Clarks death, in 1993 Berwickshire District Council refurbished the ‘Room’ to provide a Museum. The World Motor Racing Champion was killed on April 7th 1968 in an unimportant F2 race at Hockenheim, Germany.
Visitors Centre with information in every aspect of bees, honey and beekeeping. Stroll to
Completed in 1820 the Bridge was then the longest suspension bridge in the world. It remains the oldest and is still open to trafficThis sanctuary provides a caring home for donkeys and mules in need of love and attention.