Explore the historic town of Jedburgh’s connections with Mary Queen of Scots at this fascinating visitor centre.
Queen Mary stayed in Jedburgh in 1566 on an official tour, and it was whilst she was here she visited her secret lover in Hermitage Castle.
The Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre is located within a 16th century towerhouse, set in a pear tree garden in the heart of Jedburgh. The Rogues Gallery, Last Letter Room and many other parts of the centre explore the life of Scotland's tragic queen through paintings, textiles and objects associated with her.
An audio tour, foreign language guides, gifts, books and souvenirs are available.