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Duns Travel guide
Duns : Michelin's recommendations
Formerly the county’s administrative centre, this quiet market town serves the extensive agricultural hinterland of the Merse. This rich Tweed basin agricultural region is divided into well-kept estates and large farms (the product of 18C land reform), producing milk, breeding cattle, growing wheat, barley, potatoes, fruit and vegetables.
Tourist attractions Duns : Things to see and do
44 Newton Street GB - Duns TD11 3DT
The exhibits are extremely varied and include a brick from the Indianapolis race track, known as The Brickyard. The trophies illustrate the career of the racing driver, Jim Clark (1936-1968), the youngest world automobile champion at the age of 27, w..
Station Road GB - Duns
In these magnificent gardens is a market cross and an original bronze statue by Frank Tritchler, both erected to the memory of John Duns Scotus (1266-1308), a learned Franciscan monk and philosopher, born in Duns in the Middle Ages.
Duns Caste Avenue GB - Duns
The Covenanter's Stone stands on the site of an old fort, a reminder that General Alexander Leslie and his army of Covernanters, awaited by Charles I in Berwick, made camp here. The view extends northward over the Lammermuirs, southward to the Ch..