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.
A red sandstone church, in a peaceful churchyard with a fine view. A notorious confrontation here changed the course of the Church of Scotland
An excavation in 1984 uncovered the layout of a 17th century building, which was altered on at least two occasions
On a hilltop near Elsdonburn Shank are the clear outlines of a circular iron age fort Great Hetha
The buildings along Horsemarket are good examples of early 19th century architecture
The Mercat Cross of Melrose was originally the cross that had been at the entrance to the Abbey precinct at "The Bow"
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…
Ninewells is named for the springs that flow from the hillside into the Whiteadder Water
Park at Harestanes Visitor Centre and follow the Peniel Heugh walk to reach the Monument
This striking 16th century building is home to a museum and gallery which host a lively programme of exhibitions and events
Built 1894 by Alexander Cowan of Valleyfield Paper Mill, social reformer and philanthropist. Clock added 1901. Scottish Baronial Style by Campbell Douglas
This well is well known to locals as a place of worship and offerings.
The 1887 Masonic Lodge is in dressed sandstone and was built to replace an earlier lodge
Originally the site of the Council House, it's now the Jedburgh Sheriff Court. Next door is the town's Police Station
In this building, Sir Walter Scott sat as Sheriff of Selkirkshire, dispensing justice for nearly 30 years until his death in 1832.
This parish consisted originally of three parishes; those of Clerkington, Moorfoot and Balantrodach.
The Pant Well was originally constructed in 1706 to improve the quality of the town’s water supply
This little building can be found within the Dalkeith country park ,entry is free and is open all year
Closed due to COVID-19. See a rare example of a tithe barn – a building constructed to store agricultural production tithes given to the Church.
A Memorial Statue to Sir Walter Scott.
The monument is further along the road at grid reference: NT 27821 63905. A memorial commemorating the Battle of Roslin in 1303
This impressive church building held its first service in November 1881
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…
Commemorative Cairn in Harden Glen
The Parish Church is built on Castlehill, site of Peebles Castle
Border Pele Tower
The world’s oldest working Camera Obscura is on the top floor of the windmill tower at Dumfries Museum.
One of four memorials commemorating the 189 Berwickshire fishermen who died in the fishing disaster of 1881.
At Coldstream Museum uncover the story Coldstream Guards and the town of Coldstream.
The bridge was opened formally on 26th October 1826
Mavisbank is a historic country house outside of the village of Loanhead.