Museums and Galleries

Proud of their heritage, and with a lot of stories to tell, the towns in the Scottish Borders have galleries and museums galore.  You could spend weeks, just in discovery of information about local heroes revered, battles fought and won, ancient relics on display, exhibitions and display of historic moments, as well as being amazed by the creative works of local artists on display.

Halliwell’s House Museum, Selkirk – open for the spring and summer

Halliwell’s House Museum Market Place, Selkirk, Selkirkshire, TD7 4BL 01750 20096 / 01750 20054 Opening Times: 30th March – 31st October Read More >

Tweeddale Museum and Gallery – Peebles

The Chambers Room forms part of Peebles Library and is open during the above times and for additional hours. For Read More >

Sir Walter Scott’s Courtroom – Selkirk

Sir Walter Scott’s Courtroom is one of our direct links to the great Scottish writer. In this building Sir Walter Read More >

Halliwell’s House Museum – Selkirk

Halliwell’s House Museum is housed in the oldest surviving row of dwellings in Selkirk.  The building dates back over 400 Read More >

Old Gala House – Galashiels

Visit Old Gala House, an important and vibrant museum nestled in the heart of the bustling Borders town of Galashiels. Read More >