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The Heritage Hub, Scottish Borders
The Heritage Hub

Heritage Hub - Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre

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Heritage Hub
Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre

Description:
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.

Ownership:
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):
All year.

Opening Hours:
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)

Facilities:
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

Admission:
Free

Contact:
01450 360699

Attached attractions:

Additional Information
Parking in Common Haugh nearby.
Disabled Parking on site.
Booking space for research space is advised

Web link: (where appropriate):
Heritage Hub

Places to stay nearby:
Hawick

Local towns and villages:
Hawick

Heritage Hub - Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre,