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  • 1 Bowhill House and Country Park Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    B7039 GB - Selkirk TD7 5ET

    On high ground between Yarrow and Ettrick, Bowhill was the border home of the Scotts of Buccleuch. The property was once part of Ettrick forest, which Robert Bruce gave to the Douglas family in 1322. Then, in 1450, the forest came back to the Crown f..

  • 2 Halliwell's House Museum

    Museums and art

    Market Place GB - Selkirk TD7 4BL

    This surprising hardware shop contains objects and articles that were still on sale a few years ago. Upstairs, a picturesque exhibition relates the history of the royal town.

  • 3 Market Place

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Market Place GB - Selkirk TD7

    In the centre, the statue of Walter Scott, sheriff of Selkirk for 33 years, stands where the old tollbooth once was. A statue of Scott in his sheriff's uniform stands over the current courtroom, where, among other reminders of the an, an audio-visual..

  • 4 Selkirk Parish church

    Religious buildings

    Kirk Wynd GB - Selkirk TD7

    From the cemetery, there is a view over the Ettrick Valley. The ruins occupy the site of the church where William Wallace, better known as Braveheart, was proclaimed guardian of Scotland in 1298. In the Murray aisle, the ancestors of Franklin D.Roose..

  • 5 High Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. High GB - Selkirk TD7 4BZ

    The County Hotel, standing on the main road to Carlisle, is a fine example of a stagecoach inn. The bust on the first floor of n° 49 is that of Tom Scott, a local artist.

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