Travel back in time to Romans, knights, Jacobites and reivers. Gaze at century-old abbeys standing tall in the vast landscape, uncover the mysteries of the Templars, and trace Scottish culture to the places that shaped it. It’s better felt than telt.
View of Old Roxburgh and Kelso Cauld
Built by the St Clare family in 1304 after the Battle of Roslin
On St Peter’s day, 28th June 1853, the foundation stone was laid for the present church of St Peter’s
At Coldstream Museum uncover the story Coldstream Guards and the town of Coldstream.
This was built in 1840 to take the overflow from St Nicholas Church
Monument of James Hogg and information boards overlooking an area Hogg loved and knew well
St Mary’s, a church built in the “English University” style for the Duke of Buccleuch in 1843–45
Once was the world's highest bridge
Marine Parade has a fine example of a modern housing development that retains much of the scale and character of the local area
Gothic style church designed and built between 1885-6 by the Edinburgh architect John Starforth
Great viewpoint. Please be careful on rocks and rising tide
Learn about the history of the house 'Wren's Nest' and other famous residents on the close
Harden is the home of Lord Polwarth a direct descendant of one of the most famous of the Border reivers, Walter “Auld Wat” Scott of…
War Memorial to all those who lost their lives in armed conflict
This is a harled building with an archway and a tall spire
This house once belonged to Sir Walter Scott's aunt. There is a bust of him to commemorate his stay in the house
Discover the rich history and heritage of Dalkeith. The Museum provides an open, welcoming public space where visitors can step into Dalkeith's fascinating past
Zooming into 2019 is a brand new visitor experience to celebrate the life of racing legend Jim Clark
This striking 16th century building is home to a museum and gallery which host a lively programme of exhibitions and events
A typical 16th Century Border peel tower in a prominent position overlooking the confluence of the Borthwick and the Teviot
Linton kirk is one of the most attractive and interesting churches in Teviotdale, with fine views across the Kale valley
This exhibition celebrates the life and works of James Hogg, 'The Ettrick Shepherd', in the beautiful and remote Ettrick Valley.
This building was built in the late 18th century as the Parish school and School Master’s house
See a rare example of a tithe barn – a building constructed to store agricultural production tithes given to the Church.
This Scottish Episcopal Church in 1857 to a design based upon a Romanesque style church
A Category C Listed Building in Galashiels
Originally a medieval Cistercian monastery, Newbattle Abbey has a 900-year history of welcoming guests royalty.
The Motte -the large mound of earth -dates from the 12th century and was built by the Lovels.
This bronze figure commemorates William Spears, a local fisherman who led a revolt against the tithes levied on fish by the Church of Scotland.
Built in 1854 by public subscription as the town’s Corn Market, this was the biggest indoor grain market in Scotland