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This 16th century tower house, set in a garden of pear trees, explores the life of Scotland's tragic Queen, who stayed here in 1566.
This fine example of a 16th century bastel house is set in a beautiful garden of pear trees. Displays tell the story of Scotland’s tragic queen through objects, paintings and textiles associated with Mary. One room is dedicated to exhibits relating to the Queen and her visit to Jedburgh in 1566.
Admission is free.
Audio tour, foreign language translations, gifts, books and souvenirs for sale.
Open beginning March to end November Mon – Sat 10-4.30 and Sun 11-4
To ensure there has been no change to the opening times or details on this page, please check with the museum directly before visiting.