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.
This little building can be found within the Dalkeith country park ,entry is free and is open all year
The Memorial is dedicated to the fishermen lost in the Great Disaster
These single storey brick cottages were built following the completion of the Lady Victoria pit in 1896
Two marker stones to mark the border of Scotland and England
The school is built on the grounds of Abbey Park, the house of Captain Stedman
Steeped in history, the 52 mile Cross Borders Drove Road is a truly fantastic route offering great variety in terms of scenery, surfacing, cultural and…
The Square has had many reincarnations and remodelling through the years
An old Community Hall in the upper Kale Valley
Lauder Town Hall was formerly the town Tolbooth
Halliwell’s House Museum, situated in the narrow, cobbled Halliwell's Close, part of the oldest surviving row of dwellings in Selkirk.
Roman Fort Site
One of four memorials commemorating the 189 Berwickshire fishermen who died in the fishing disaster of 1881.
Visit a rare example of a Lowland broch – a uniquely Scottish fortification, usually found only in the north.
The pack-horse bridge in Stow was constructed by public subscription around 1654-5 with a low parapet to allow burdened horses to cross in safety. Walk…
A circular route from Kelso to Roxburgh Castle. Walking on Grassy riverside path with stiles and steps and a disused railway track. Distance: 6 miles/…
Mavisbank is a historic country house outside of the village of Loanhead.
Cousland Smiddy is a 300 year old working blacksmith shop with Heritage Hub & organic gardens
Opened in 1847, this impressive 23-arch viaduct was built by the North British Railway Company to carry the railway over the River South Esk.
Visit a true Romanesque relic: an entrance arch of the 1100s, reused as the entrance to a burial vault.
Mungo Park, was born four miles from Selkirk and here you'll see a statue of him erected in 1859
Lauder war memorial stands at the crossroads of West High Street and The Loan
During the 1745 attempt to restore the Stuart Monarchy, Bonnie Prince Charlie is said to have stayed in this house on 6 and 7 November
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…
opposite the Auld Kirk stands an imposing building erected in 1874, now housing the local Council Offices but formerly the Commercial Bank of Scotland
Sometimes called Allanmouth Tower from its position high on a bank above the Allan Water not far from its confluence with the Teviot
Commissioned by the Earl of Dalhousie and built in 1820, this church replaced the 12th century one which now lies in ruins a mile to…
The name derived from the times when travelling people camped here
The narrowest part of the A68 road from Edinburgh to Newcastle is at the former East Port in Lauder
This was the site of the house of the Gala Estate’s miller.
A bust of Robert Burns which dates from 1912