The smugglers exhibition of the World of Boats collection at Eyemouth Maritime Centre
Jim Clark's trophies and driving overalls on display in the Jim Clark Room
Tower Mill, a cafe bar, cinema, theatre and conference centre in Hawick
Twist Glass Studio, Selkirk
Explore arts and culture attractions in the Scottish Borders and discover the culture and identity of this beautiful part of Scotland.
With lots of artists based locally, there's always fascinating works of art in the galleries alongside history museums and visitor centres.
Sir Walter Scott's Courtroom in Selkirk is where Scott sat as a sheriff and is now a museum which explores his life and writings. Halliwell's House Museum, also in Selkirk, is an award-winning museum housed in a former ironmonger's shop. It tells the fascinating story of Selkirk, with the lives of the 'Souters' and the Flodden Flag, brought home by the only man to survive the disatrous battle in 1513, which the town celebrates annually with the Common Riding event.
The Johnnie Armstrong Gallery near Hawick is a gallery and Celtic goldsmiths, which boasts an impressive collection of weaponry and armour, dating back from the times of the Borders Reivers.
There are a variety of great arts and culture attractions in the Scottish Borders - use the information listings to plan a creative day out today.
Welcome to Kinsman-Blake Gallery and workings studios. Situated in the village of Smailholm in the heart of the Scottish Border. Showing high quality Jewellery, ceramics, paintings, furniture and woodwork.
The Lovatt Gallery is a magical Scottish contemporary art, craft and gift shop in the heart of Jedburgh, a pretty Scottish town just 10 miles from the English border. You'll find us right next to the Post Office at No 41.
The Stone Wall Gallery is one of Scotland's finest contemporary art galleries, set in the beautiful and romantic Scottish Borders and holding a prestigious 5 star Visitor Attraction award from Visit Scotland. Art, Sculpture, Workshops.
The Hirsel Centre for Arts and Crafts offers an array of workshops where visitors can see items being hand-made by skilled craftspeople. The centres other attractions include tearooms, a museum, childrens play area, picnic areas and fine walks.