Mary Queen of Scots House

This 16th Century Tower House is set in a pear-tree garden in the heart of Jedburgh. The museum within explores the life of Scotland’s tragic queen (who stayed here in 1566) through paintings, textiles and objects associated with her. It is a very small museum, but houses a unique collection of interesting objects associated with Mary and it is a great example of tower house architecture. The gardens are also great for a summer picnic!

Mary Queen of Scots House, Jedburgh

For more information on opening hours etc, check Scottish Borders Council's website

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