Heritage Hub - Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre
Things to do in Scottish Borders
Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre
A state of the art facility, home to the region's archive and family history service.
We acquire, preserve and make publicly available the documentary heritage of the Scottish Borders.
Scottish Borders Council
Situation – OS ref: NT 502145
How to get there:
By car: At the opposite end of the High Street from the Horse, where the newcastleton Road branches off.
By public transport: Regular bus services from the other border towns, Edinburgh and Carlisle to Hawick
Seasonal opening details (2007):
Monday – 10am till 4.45pm,
Tuesday 10am till 7.45pm,
Wednesday (open for pre-arranged tours and talks ONLY), Thursday 10am till 7.45pm,
Friday 10am till 4.45pm,
Saturday 10am till 4.45pm (closed 1pm to 2pm)
Part of the Heart of Hawick which has facilities of café/bar, cinema/theatre and arts centre in Tower Mill, and exhibitions in Drumlanrig Tower Visitor Centre
Parking in Common Haugh nearby.
Disabled Parking on site.
Booking space for research space is advised
Web link: (where appropriate):
Places to stay nearby:
Local towns and villages: