'Mary Queen of Scots' Visitor Centre
With so many films, plays and television adaptations of this famous Scottish Queen, coupled with the fact that one of Scotland’s most famous woman is Mary Queen of Scots, we thought it only fitting to feature this fantastic Visitor Centre as one of our Top 100 Attractions in Scotland. In fact, the woman herself actually spent some time here before her fateful execution. As you make your way around the house, there is lots to see and it’s not hard for you to imagine what would of been going through her mind at that time and also, you will get to learn more about the people who were around her at that time! The staff really do know their stuff and are more than capable of answering any questions you may have. All in all, I’m sure you’ll have a wonderful time here and don’t forget to tell them who sent you!- Top 100 Review
Jedburgh, Scottish Borders , TD8 6EN
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