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Uncover a variety of museums in the Scottish Borders which will reveal more about the fascinating history of this region.
Find out about the life of John Buchan at the John Buchan Story in Peebles or get a taste of life behind bars at the Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum.
Take a look at the listings of museums in the Scottish Borders and start planning your trip, they have many stories to tell.
Explore this broad collection of objects and learn about the area’s fascinating history at the Tweeddale Museum in Peebles.
Built & run entirely by volunteers, the Border Union Railway is the operational section of the old Waverley Route, heading both north & south from Whitrope Heritage Centre.
Dancing Light Gallery is an exciting rural art gallery which forms part of a beautiful new timber-framed building, insulated with sheep's wool and powered by renewable energy.
Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum was built in 1823 and is an impressive building with stunning views across the town.
Uncover the area’s fascinating smuggling industry at the Eyemouth Maritime Centre in the Scottish Borders.
The Coldstream Museum is located in Market Square in the centre of Coldstream on a historically significant site.
Discover passionate collectors, racing legends, famous painters and local history in a historic house within a beautiful Victorian park.
John Buchan is one of Scotland's most famous authors, chiefly remembered for The Thirty Nine Steps.
Historic Buildings & Homes
This John Adam house was built in 1753 with a plethora of fascinating secrets. Today it is a historic house, visitor attraction, and self-catering accommodation.
Original Daylight Photographic Studio, dating from 1867.
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