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.
The Three Brethren cairns mark the boundaries of the estates of Buccleuch, Yair and Selkirk Burgh at a height of 465m
This was the site of the house of the Gala Estate’s miller.
Within the grounds is the family tomb of Mungo Park, the Borders-born explorer of Africa
Kirk Wynd once led to the Old Kirk in the grounds of Thirlestane Castle and the name has remained ever since
The narrowest part of the A68 road from Edinburgh to Newcastle is at the former East Port in Lauder
The Glenesk Viaduct spans a deep gorge over the North Esk, at Dalkeith. Opened in 1847, it is one of the earliest major railway bridges…
This circular structure dates back to the 16th century and is one of a number of dovecots built to house and feed pigeons over the…
This building was built in 1877 and displays a Dutch gable pediment and unusual stone columns.
The name derived from the times when travelling people camped here