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.
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.
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!
You need to Go Ape - tree top adventures. Special offers on our site!
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!
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.
A great day out for all the family!
Events, exhibitions and four signposted walks which start and finish at the centre.
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.
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.
Some of the tallest trees in Britain.
Wonderful collection of trees and shrubs that have been planted over the past 300 years.