Mary Queen of Scots House (Jedburgh) Reviews
Newest Review: ... James Hepburn, the Earl of Bothwell who was seriously wounded, and falling into a bog on the way home. This house belonged to the Kerrs of Ferniehirst Castle. THE ATTRACTION... The house is right at the side of a side street and behind a metal ence. Clearly its an old building but very well maintained with lovely manicured gardens on all sides with benches for visitors to sit and take in the peace; surprisingly, its very very quiet. The house displays memorabilia of Mary including jewellery, belongings, documents and paintings. These are set over three floors accessed via winding staircases. On each floor, the exhibits are set in dif... more
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by - written on 09/10/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Mary Queen of Scots House This is one of the attractions we visited during the Summer holidays mainly because we had seen it early in the year and had decided to spend a day in Jedburgh LOCATION AND FINDING IT... Address: Queen Street Jedburgh TD8 6EN The attraction is actually in the centre of the town and its best accessed by parking in the main (and free) car park and then from there it's a short and signposted walk to the house, which is set on a side street. BIT OF HISTORY... Mary, Queen of Scots' House opened in 1987, on the 400th anniversary of Mary Queen of Scots death. It, it is believed that ... Read the complete review
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