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  • 1 Kirk O'Steil Interesting

    Religious buildings

    B6470 GB - Norham TD15

    In a hamlet situated on the banks of the Tweed stands this magnificent church that has been worn down by time. Completely built of stone - including the original benches that have been replaced - to avoid any destruction "by water or fire",..

  • 2 Paxton House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    B6460 GB - Paxton TD15 1SZ

    This fine 18C manor with a portico with columns, wings and interior courtyards, was built in the Palladian style by brothers John and James Adam. The delicate stucco in the reception rooms were designed by Robert Adam. A superb collection of Chippend..

  • 3 Norham Castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    B6470 GB - Norham TD15

    A once-great castle where, in 1291, the Scots Hammer Edward I arbitrated the claims of 13 competitors for the throne of Scotland, including Robert Bruce and the successor elected by Edward, John Balliol. James IV took this fortress with the help of M..

  • 4 Burrell at Berwick Collection

    Museums and art

    Berwick Barracks. Clock Block GB - Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 1DG

    The exhibition contains extremely well crafted pieces from the collection of the millionaire, William Burrell, including Imari ware, brassware, medieval religious art, Chinese bronzes and glassware.

  • 5 Kings Own Scottish Borderers Museum

    Museums and art

    Berwick Barracks GB - Berwick-upon-Tweed TD14 1DQ

    The history of the regiment, one of the five "numbered" regiments which have never been amalgamated, is traced from its formation in 1689.

  • 6 Old Bridge

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Berwick Barracks GB - Berwick-upon-Tweed TD14 1DQ

    The elegant 15-arch Old Bridge, built in 1611, is the fifth to have been erected between Berwick and Tweedmouth.

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