Things to do in Eyemouth Scottish Borders
Historical-Buildings in Scotland
This is the most prominent house in Eyemouth. Built about 1760, this 18th century merchant’s house, originally built by James and John Adam has a long connection with the smuggling trade.
Gunsgreen House Trust
Situation – OS ref: NT 947645
How to get there:
By car: Within Eyemouth town.
By public transport: Regular bus services from Berwick upon Tweed.
Opening Hours (2015)
1 April - 31 October
Daily, 11.00 – 17.00, please note that last admissions are 4pm.
The following admission charges apply:
Family (1+3/2+2) £15.00
Family (1+4/2+3) £17.50
Child (5-16/school age) £3.50
Children under 5 Free
Concession (60+ and Student) £5
Why not take advantage of the Gunsgreen House Season ticket which gives you access to the house as many times as you like throughout the year.
A Season Ticket is valid from the time of issue for all public open days in a twelve month period.
Cards are non- transferable.
Season Tickets are available on an annual basis and can be purchased from the ticket office or direct from Gunsgreen House.
Adult Season £8
Concession Season £7
Child Season £5
At any time of the year Gunsgreen House welcomes group visits. The following charges apply with the proviso that for visits outside normal opening hours a minimum charge of £50.00 applies.
Group visits must be arranged in advance with the Administrator who can be contacted on 018907 52062, or via email at - email@example.com or
Gunsgreen House, Gunsgreen Quay, Eyemouth, TD14 5SD
Administrator on 018907 52062,
Other Attractions in the Area:
Eyemouth Maritime Centre
Fish market and Quay.
The dovecot next to the house has been converted into self-catering accommodation.
VisitScotland 4 star Visitor Attraction.
Places to stay nearby:
Local towns and villages:
Berwick upon Tweed