Located in the historic town of Jedburgh, a former royal burgh, this museum tells the tragic life story of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Mary Queen of Scots spent one month living in this 16th century mansion. The town itself has evolved with a history centred around Queen Mary. The museum itself is located on Queen Street, named in her honour.
On display is a collection of paintings and objects connected to Mary's life, time in Jedburgh in 1566 and the legacy she left behind.
Admission is free.
Photo courtesy of Visit Scotland/ Kenny Lam.