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Edins Hall Broch from the Air, Scottish Borders
Edins Hall Broch from the Air

Edin's Hall Broch

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Archaeological-Sites in Scotland

Dating from 2nd century, one of a very limited number of Iron Age brochs in the lowlands of Scotland. It sits within an earlier fort which is surrounded by ramparts and ditches. Later, the site was occupied in the Romano-British period.

In the care of Historic Scotland.

OS ref: NT 772603

How to get there:
By car: Off the A6112, Duns to Grantshouse road, about 4 miles from Grantshouse. Thereafter a 3 mile walk from the roadside to the site on the North eastern slopes of Cockburn Law.
By public transport: limited bus transport along the A6112.

Seasonal opening details (2005):
Open all year.

Opening Hours:
Unattended. During daylight hours.

Car park at start of the walk.



Attached attractions:

Additional info:
Walking gear essential.

Web link where appropriate:

Places to stay nearby:

Local Towns and Villages:
- Duns

The Broch, Scottish Borders
The Broch

Edin's Hall Broch, Scotland