I visited the Barracks and Main Guard for the second time, (1st time in 2010), and found it just as interesting . There are 3 main rooms (quite large) dealing with military history of the local regiment (The Kings Own Scottish Borderers, or KOSB), the liffe of the infantryman, and also a large amount of other non-miltary local history of Berwick. There is a large parade ground which is still used on various occasions by the army cadets (as the Barracks is still the 'spiritual' home of the KOSB, with old style cannons on display. Even for those with a limited amount of interest in military history it is quite a good museum. There are some restrictions for wheelchair users, as some of the rooms on the upper floors have no lifts, but there is plenty to see on the ground floors. There is an admission charge, but free to English Heritage memberrs. In my opinion it is a very good museum, and well worth a visit.
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