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Family Days Out

There are many exciting ways to spend a family day out in the Borders.  We have highlighted a number of activities and places to visit from A Deer Park to Local Glass Works and adventure playgrounds.

The Scottish Borders are also full of interesting historic buildings and places to visit.

Bowhill House & Country Park

This is the Scottish borders home of the Duke of Buccleuch, with a magnificent collection of paintings, furniture, silver porcelain and tapestries. There is also a restored Victorian kitchen and small theatre. Waymarked trails through the Country Park with ranger led walks and activities available. Award winning education service along with an excellent tearoom, shop, visitors Centre and for the children a very exciting adventure woodland play park.

Jed Forest Deer and Farm Park

A typical Scottish Borders working farm with the addition of a visitor attraction with rare breeds of sheep,goats and other livestock with the addition of large herds of deer. Colour coded walks, Ranger-led activities and walks for all ages ranging from mini beast hunts, pond dipping and deer walks. Tractor rides with full commentary during warm months.

With daily displays of the birds of prey including the large European eagle owl to tiny barn owls, falcons, buzzards and hawks.
Indoor and outdoor play areas with small tractor course, and many puzzles for the kids including 'Daisy' the fool proof cow!  A large barn with hands-on activities and a Picnic and BBQ area where the kids can feed the kids(goats).

With a good-sized Café serving wholesome food and shop selling countryside souvenirs as well as venison.The park is only 5 miles south of Jedburgh off A68 main Edinburgh to Newcastle road through the Scottish Borders.

Kielder Water

Hidden away at the top of Northumberland, close to the Scottish Border and Hadrian's Wall, beautiful Kielder Water is the largest man-made lake in Europe. Kielder Forest, one of Britain's biggest nature resorts, is home to red squirrels, deer and  many rare birds.
The lake fringes and forest glades can best be explored by walking, cycling or on horseback, and there are many self-guided trails.There are many leisure pursuits, including fishing, boating, riding and water sports.
Kielder is the largest forest in England and one of the largest man-made forests in Europe with over 150 million trees.

Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre

This Centre offers events, exhibitions and relaxing countryside walks for all the family and has the biggest and best children’s play park in the Borders.
The Centre is open from April to October daily from 10am to 5pm and has a Gift Shop, Tearoom and Tourist Information
Whats even better is its free and easy to get to by car, just off the A68, near Ancrum, between St Boswells and the turn off for Hawick

Drumlanrig's Tower Visitor Centre in Hawick

Built as a Peel Tower House and home of the Douglas family, and later the home of Anne, Duchess of Monmouth, and still later the Tower Hotel, the premises now house exhibits showing the history of Hawick and the Tower through the ages.
The Tower is open to visitors from April to October.
The visitor centre is currently home to the exhibition commemorating the late Steve Hislop with the former British Superbike Champion’s race bikes and trophies and leathers all on display.
The local Motorcycle legend was tragically killed in a helicopter crash in 2003.  
Steve who came from Bonchester Bridge nr Hawick was a legend in the Motor Cycle racing world, winning the Isle of Man T.T. on several occasions along with the British Superbike Championship.
The Exhibition is proving to be a Mecca for bikers from all over the world as can be seen by the large numbers of motorcycles that are parked outside the tower.
This exhibition is well worth a visit even if you are not a motorcycle fan.

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