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Jim Clark Motorsport Museum

Duns, UK 9.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Duns
This updated and expanded museum in Duns is well worth a visit, Lotus F1 car and Lotus Corina Consul on view as well as all the trophies he won, with great descriptions and film of events as well as photos.
A stunning display of trophies won, career milestones and videos of Jim Clark’s life both in and out of the racing world bring the life of this very modest champion to the knowledge of all visitors.

Grace Darling Museum

Bamburgh 22.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Bamburgh
The RNLI are to be congratulated for creating this truly moving and highly informative museum, thereby ensuring that Grace’s undoubted heroism will live on for many generations, long after today’s “girl power” nom...
There were plenty bits to interest the children who also found it very interesting after our visit to the Farne islands earlier in the week, they loved the interactive lighthouse and seeing the boat that’s Grace a...

National Museum of Flight

North Berwick, UK 30.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in North Berwick
... the way in which the aircraft are presented is excellent (with one exception) the cafe is excellent, plenty of grassed areas for picnics the staff throughout the museum are friendly , helpful and knowledgeable .
In our family the kids and adults alike adore the Fantastic Flight hangar which contains several games / challenges all related to the science behind flying, including simulator games, reaction timers and other fu...
#1 of 9 Museums in Alnwick
It's always great to find a museum that combines historical events with daily life as people have lived it through the ages, This is one of the best I've seen,especially as the exhibits have come from volunteers.
The local history section, and interactive exhibits are fantastic for adults and kids alike, and we all particularly loved watching the old film footage, and the 'school room' dress-up section.

Mary Queen of Scots' Visitor Centre

Jedburgh, UK 15.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Jedburgh
Mary's house looks very beautiful in the Springtime set in immaculately kept grounds with vivid blooms in the borders and bountiful blossoms on the trees, offering peace and tranquility for a quiet stroll.
... see and for a small fee took the audio choice as it enhances the whole visit.It was a truly atmospheric experience with beautifully restored rooms from which you can view all the historical facts and artefacts.
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Paxton House

Berwick upon Tweed 10.7 mi away
#1 of 5 Museums in Berwick upon Tweed
The house has been beautifully restored and the guided tour is fantastic; the tour guide was so knowledgable and friendly (tours last just over an hour).
We had a lovely stroll through the grounds and along the banks of the River Tweed, followed by a delicious lunch, a visit to the water wheel, then a wonderful house tour.

Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum

Jedburgh, UK 15.9 mi away
#2 of 2 Museums in Jedburgh
Fascinating and well worth a visit and IT'S FREE!! Winner winner (we took the mobile tour guide things for a pound each just to donate)
Came here, managed to park in the car park so saved the hill walk !! What a fascinating place, both kids loved finding out about what people got sent to jail for !! Would thoroughly recommend if you are in the area
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Gunsgreen House

Eyemouth, UK 17.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Eyemouth
Spent thee nights with family celebrating sisters birthday Beautiful location Interesting history about this landmark building Comfortable rooms and gives you a sense of past life Well worth a visit for groups of...
Hard to rate a place like this because it is unique, but we had a great family time with three generations staying here and the museum even as a stand-alone visit was well worth a trip.

Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks and Main Guard

Berwick upon Tweed 14.2 mi away
#2 of 5 Museums in Berwick upon Tweed
... The 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition, The King's Own Scottish Borderers Museum and The Berwick Museum and Art Gallery, the art gallery is separate but included in the price, if you can recommend becoming english h...
This exhibition/ museum is supported by the Berwick Civic Society and they should be highly commended for a wonderful, informative and well put together exhibition on the Garrison of Berwick.
#1 of 1 Museums in Wark
Chris the astronomer was brilliant and as the clouds disappeared we were treated to a spectacular night sky. 4 Planets, The Milky Way, hundreds of stars and a couple of shooting stars!!!! Excellent.
Taking advantage of the dark skies near Kielder forest, the observatory is well equipped with powerful telescopes and lots of powerful binoculars available.

The Mick Oxley Gallery

Craster 29.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Craster
Always buy some jewellery, but also we now have a few of Mick Oxley prints, they are so evocative of the area we always have a long debate which to buy, but both our prints have pride of place in our home so that...
This small gallery hosts small collections of other local artists, as well as Mick Oxley's stunning watercolour and mixed media paintings.

Heatherslaw Corn Mill

Cornhill on Tweed 6.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Cornhill on Tweed
This attraction sits within a bigger complex of shops, cafes and other attractions and is a fantastic place to explore and within easy reach of Ford, Etal and Norham castles and Berwick.
... up in Victorian costume.Had lovely light meals &coffee in the very reasonably priced tearoom.Very friendly informative staff in all areas of the museum.Lovely to sit outside and watch the river bubbling past.

Town Hall and Town Gaol Berwick upon Tweed

Berwick upon Tweed 14.0 mi away
#3 of 5 Museums in Berwick upon Tweed
We were the only people on this guided tour,which was great for us as we could ask as many questions as we wanted.This is an extremely interesting tour.The jail is above the town hall .You can go into some of the...
Michael was a great guide, very dry sense of humour and amusing, but conveyed a lot of information about Berwicks interesting history.

Preston Mill & Phantassie Doocot Mill

East Linton, UK 28.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in East Linton
ln the storyboard museum next to the mill, with interactive games for kids and a good wee shop, there are startling photos of the many times the mill was deeply flooded, and both Andrew and John could tell us what...
John, our guide, was very entertaining and as he had grown up in the village of East Linton, he was able to offer a very interesting history.
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Eyemouth Museum

Eyemouth, UK 17.6 mi away
#2 of 2 Museums in Eyemouth
All though small this museum packs a lot in, things to do for kids and a very well documented history of the local tragedy, a wonderful tapestry to commemorate the loss by local ladies,well worth a visit.
This is a lovely little museum with a couple of fun quizzes to keep kids entertained going round especially the fish one but best thing in the museum is the tapestry and story behind the 1881 fishing disaster very...

The Old School Gallery

Alnmouth 31.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Alnmouth
We visited the Gallery during the Alnmouth art festival and thought it was a great space with excellent contemporary art, a well stocked and varied gift shop and a delicious looking cafe.
The gallery exhibits a wide range of good quality art by both local and regional artists in a lovely space.The owners are very friendly and the coffee and cakes are superb- well worth a visit especially as dog fri...

Hawick Museum

Hawick, UK 25.4 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Hawick
This is by far the best museum and gardens within borders for children and it’s free, Hawick is rich in history and has been home to many famous people with interesting facts in the museum and gardens with statues...
It is extensive and good for recreational walking, superbly maintained, excellently flowered around the museum / war memorial, but "green" throughout with plenty of wildlife.

Halliwell's House Museum

Selkirk, UK 22.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Selkirk
We dropped in here on our tour and chatted to a lovely girl who runs the place and who gave us an insight into the museum.We went through the rooms and immediately you are transported back in time , the old cupboa...
A great little museum - only tiny but lots of local information especially about the common riding tradition and it's free!!! It's situated next to the free car park.

Belford Museum

Belford 17.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Belford
It's a very small museum, consisting of three rooms and a small research area, but there are some fascinating insights into village life and the changes that Belford has undergone.
... done locally- there is clearly a lot of work gone into making this museum so interesting & many local residents have clearly saved & donated many artefacts for the benefit of all to view - Definitely worth vis...

Aln Valley Railway

Alnwick 28.6 mi away
#4 of 9 Museums in Alnwick
Our first visit for a long time, the changes are fantastic with two engines now running a Diesel and a Steam, eight of us tried the steam train which excited the children, for a charity this venue is worth a visit...
cafe is very good food is very reasonable the gift shop is filled with really bargains for young and old.

Kings Own Scottish Borderer's Museum

Berwick upon Tweed 14.2 mi away
#4 of 5 Museums in Berwick upon Tweed
Although the Kings Own Scottish Borders have been amalgamated into The Royal Regiment of Scotland, their illustrious history is most wonderfully displayed in their Regimental Museum, allow a morning or an afternoo...
There are interesting tableaux on view depicting the Trenches of WW1, Patrol on the River Maas in WW2, the Officer’s Mess and a soldiers’ life in the Barracks.

Sir Walter Scott's Courtroom

Selkirk, UK 22.9 mi away
#2 of 3 Museums in Selkirk
However the lovely lady on reception phoned through to the courthouse and the exellent guide Julian very kindly and willingly agreed to give some fellow Mancunians a guided tour of the courthouse.
Very good museum and well worth a visit you can pass a hour away reading about sir Walter Scott and its free admission

Coldstream Museum

Coldstream, UK 1.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Coldstream
Eloping couples married at the cross border bridge, one of the bloodiest battles on the British mainland, and a revolt against Oliver Cromwell leading to the formation of a famous regiment which bears the towns name.
If you come expecting The Imperial War Museum you will be disappointed, but if you want a local, friendly and informative museum for a half hour well spent this fits the bill perfectly.
#1 of 3 Museums in Melrose
The Museum is a single room display but provides excellent value as it offers a great deal to read, cased displays of Roman objects, coins, intaglios, glass, pottery and amazing highlight loan objects from the col...
... with fascinating items (hope they raise enough money for the extension) but the biggest gem was the cheery and knowledgeable volunteer who guided us around, pointing out highlights with the stories behind them.

Etal Castle

Etal 6.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Etal
... built on a grand scale) but with lots of information, amazing views, scenery (England's most famous painter, Turner loved this place and visited here on many occasions) and history, it's well worth a visit.
... and 2 puppies this was perfect as dogs were allowed in with us, the museum is very good very informative our son enjoyed reading all about the area We joined English heritage while we were here too very good deal
#5 of 9 Museums in Alnwick
The shop has plenty of rods and reels including some cracking Hardy and Greys tackle plus you can check the local river levels, catches and get some tips on fly selection like all good tackle shops.
Popped in for a quick visit, enjoyed seeing history of Hardy plus great shop.

Kinsman-Blake Gallery

Kelso, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Kelso
All members of this family run business are artistic and collectively displayed oil paintings, watercolours, pottery and ceramics, jewellery and illustrations.
Some excellent attractive pieces of well made pottery were for sale and its nice to know that they were all made on the premises by a talented potter.

Borders Textile Towerhouse

Hawick, UK 25.0 mi away
#2 of 4 Museums in Hawick
A fascinating insight into the history of textiles in the town's history.
Textile-oriented exhibits plus local colourful history.
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Old Gala House

Galashiels, UK 20.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Galashiels
The house itself was built over different periods and it's history is related on plaques inside, - it's home to different artwork and sculptures of artists past and houses exhibitions of artists present - definite...
... lots of interesting facts about the house and town as well as an interesting gallery about Thomas Clapperton a local sculptor who did some major projects such as Liberty's store in london and Edinburgh Castle.

Myreton Motor Museum

Aberlady, UK 32.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Aberlady
Hidden away amid the farms and country roads of East Lothian, resides a true hidden gem of a museum and one that I am happy to give full marks too.
Some of the items on display brought back memories especially the Austin A50 the first car I ever owned, what an enjoyable walk through history.