Learn more about Mary Queen of Scots!
This impressive 16th century house, set in a garden of pear trees, interprets the tragic life and times of Mary Queen of Scots!
A huge amount to see and do in this beautiful area of north Northumberland.
Etal Castle, narrow-gauge steam railway and working water mill at Heatherslaw, Flodden battlefield, arts, crafts and gallery and more!
Some of the tallest trees in Britain.
Wonderful collection of trees and shrubs that have been planted over the past 300 years.
A great day out for all the family!
Events, exhibitions and four signposted walks which start and finish at the centre.
Museum and Arts and Crafts Centre!
Cottage Tearoom and Crafthouse Gallery. Small children's play area and picnic site. A variety of walks through the grounds of the Estate.
You need to Go Ape - tree top adventures. Special offers on our site!
Lots to see here!
See aerial photographs; artists' drawings; models; maps; the Newstead charger - to ride; a blacksmith's workshop; a Roman kitchen and pottery.
See a recreated ironmonger's shop.
Other lively displays relate to the history of the building and to Selkirk. Video and audio-tape programmes are available.
A 15th century tower house
Originally owned by the kings of Scotland. It is known as the oldest inhabited and most romantic house in Scotland.
A beautifully restored building which explores the town’s turbulent early history.
We also host a variety of temporary displays and activities suitable for all the family. Audio tours, tourist information, gifts & souvenirs.