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What’s on Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders is noted for its hills and moorlands, valleys and rivers, and its rocky Berwickshire coastline. The area has many friendly towns and picturesque villages to explore - as well as castles, abbeys, stately homes and museums. The Scottish Borders is a paradise for hillwalkers and cyclists of all abilities - and the River Tweed provides some of the best fishing in Scotland. Famous for its textiles, the Scottish Borders is an ideal place to buy knitwear, tweeds and tartans. It’s also rugby union territory - and if you time it right, you may also get the chance to go to one or more of the games in the Scottish Borders annual Rugby Sevens tournament. The somewhat turbulent history of the Scottish Borders is commemorated every year in the Common Ridings and other annual local festivals.

regional highlights

Easter - mid October, Scottish Borders:

With a vast collection of family research documents an artefacts that go back hundreds of years, the Clan Armstrong Trust Museum is one of the world’s best and biggest Armstrong museums.

24th & 25th October 2015, Scottish Borders:

The event incorporates the Three Peaks Ultra Marathon and Cani-cross events, Wheelchair and Hand Cycle race followed by the Half Marathon and 10K.

April - October, Scottish Borders:

A unique example of the country’s industrial heritage, Robert Smail’s Printing Works is a fully functional Victorian-era letterpress printing works.

March - October, Scottish Borders:

An impressive building with a history spanning five centuries.

April - October, Scottish Borders:

Discover the history of Eyemouth and its people.

April - October, Scottish Borders:

Opened by Jackie Stewart and dedicated to Berwickshire man, Jim Clark (1936 - 1968), the museum provides a comprehensive account of Clark’s motor racing career from district club competition to World Championship Formula One.

March/April - October, Scottish Borders:

This award-winning museum recreates the building’s former use as a home and ironmonger’s shop.

March - October , Scottish Borders:

Built in 1803 as the Sheriff Court, this is where Sir Walter Scott - author of such classics as The Heart of Midlothian and Rob Roy - dispensed justice to the people of Selkirkshire.

30th March - 31st  October 2015, Scottish Borders:

In addition to a varied programme of exhibitions and workshops, the Museum houses permanent displays exploring the history of the parish and its people.

End March - October 2012, Scottish Borders:

One of the Borders’ best-loved attractions, Harestanes lies just outside Jedburgh.


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