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.
Two marker stones to mark the border of Scotland and England
14th century castle. Tours. Accommodation. Weddings. Events. Filming.
A stone marking the end of the Pennine Way in Kirk Yetholm
A most attractive and emotive circular up to Tibbie’s grave through woodland and farmland. Boots or strong shoes needed in wet conditions. Distance: 4 miles/2-3…
Even though nothing remains standing above ground, what remains is still the most extensive Franciscan Friary to be seen in Scotland
Built of black whinstone, its dark exterior belies its light and airy interior. A local gypsy turned schoolmaster gave its beautiful east windows
One of the oldest and finest inhabited castles in Scotland
See a rare example of a tithe barn – a building constructed to store agricultural production tithes given to the Church.
The school is built on the grounds of Abbey Park, the house of Captain Stedman
This exhibition celebrates the life and works of James Hogg, 'The Ettrick Shepherd', in the beautiful and remote Ettrick Valley.
At Coldstream Museum uncover the story Coldstream Guards and the town of Coldstream.
The Memorial is dedicated to the fishermen lost in the Great Disaster
Roman Catholic church
Zooming into 2019 is a brand new visitor experience to celebrate the life of racing legend Jim Clark
After the Reformation, the west of the Abbey continued to be used as Kelso’s parish church until the late 18th century
Dalkeith Palace was built in 1702 on the site of an earlier Castle and until the 1920s was the principal seat of the Montagu Douglas…
The buildings along Horsemarket are good examples of early 19th century architecture
A group of three buildings dating from the late 18th century
The Public Hall was designed in 1900 by the architect J. P. Alison
Historic Bridge across the River Tweed
One of four memorials commemorating the 189 Berwickshire fishermen who died in the fishing disaster of 1881.
Visit an ancient holy site associated with miracles and the grave of a saint.
A Chapel has been on this site since at least 1372
The Duke of Lauderdale erected the present church in Lauder in 1673
This fine Adam arch crosses the river within Dalkeith Park, the park is open to the public and the bridge can be viewed from the…
Set in beautifully landscaped grounds near the centre of Galashiels, Old Gala House is an impressive building dating back to 1583.
Pavilion Lodge which dates from the 1770s and is one of the entrances to Duns Castle. Duns Castle and its grounds are private property
A bust of Robert Burns which dates from 1912
The library was once Selkirk's Prison
The tolbooth was where market traders paid levies to sell their goods and where those who fell foul of the law were imprisoned