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Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre

Mary Queen of Scots lived in troubled times and her story is a sad one. Visit this house to find out about her life, her time spend in Jedburgh and her death by execution. She is believed to have lived in this house for about a month when she was ill in 1566. The house is now a museum to her life with paintings, artefacts and textiles including letters that she wrote. Outside there are beautiful gardens where you can find Jedburgh’s famous pear trees.

Queen Street
Jedburgh TD8 6EN Scotland GB
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