Close Attractions

Mary Queen of Scots House and Visitor Centre - Jedburgh

A visitor's centre portrays the story of the Queen's poignant life, with the most striking items on display, her death mask, said to be taken from her decapitated body at fathering Castle Finding It By car: Within the town of Jedburgh. Just off the main street. By public transport: Within walking distance of the town square. Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 10am to 4.30pm. Sunday 11am to 4.30pm Open seasonally from March 5 - November 30 Additional Information Small admission fee. Please contact 01835 863331 for up to date prices


Jedburgh Abbey

A waymarket route takes visitors around Romanesquue and Gothic ruins, with a visitors centre, viewing points and information boards explaining the History, architecture and monastic life of the Abbey Finding It By car: Within the town of Jedburgh, on the A68 Edinburgh to Newcastle road. By public transport: Regular bus services from all the Border towns to Jedburgh, and from Edinburgh and Newcastle Opening Hours 1 April to 30 September Daily – 9.30pm to 6.30pm Oct to March – Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 4.30pm Additional Information There is an admission fee - please check for up to date prices on 01835 863925


Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum

The only remaining example left in Scotland of a Howard Reform Prison, with displays of Prison life and the History of the Town Finding It By car: Within the town of Jedburgh. Up the hill from the town Square, going South. By public transport: Within walking distance of the town centre. Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 10am to 4.30pm, Sunday 1pm to 4pm. Last admission 30 mins before closing. Open seasonally from late March - 31st October Additional Information Small admission fee. Please contact 01835 864750 for up to date prices