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Waterloo Monument, Scottish Borders
Waterloo Monument

Peniel Heugh and Waterloo Monument

Things to do in Jedburgh Scottish Borders
Archaeological-Sites in Scotland

Description: A 150 foot tower, built between 1817 and 1824 to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo, standing on a hill top near to Harestanes Visitor Centre.
The tower itself is NOT open to the public.

Ownership:
Private land.

Situation OS ref: NT 653263

How to get there:
By car: For walkers, the best way is to park at the Harestanes Visitor Centre and then follow the marked walk to the top of the hill.
By public transport: No direct transport, but regular bus services pass the road end to Harestanes.

Seasonal opening details:
Walk is open at all year. Centre is open daily during the summer months.

Opening Hours:
N/A

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Additional Information

Web link:
-Harestanes Visitor Centre

Places to stay nearby:
Jedburgh

Local towns and villages:
Ancrum
- Jedburgh

Peniel Heugh and Waterloo Monument, Scotland