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The lady at Halliwell's directed me up here and I'm glad she did. This small museum tells the story of Sir Walter Scott's time as a Sheriff here. It helps to give an insight as to what sort of person he was and how justice...More
A very good potted history of a very famous novelist.Well presented information boards that held your attention.
Very pleasant staff on the entry desk,no cost involved but a donation ox was easily visible
Very interesting FREE ADMISSION museum into this famous Author and his earlier years of being a Sheriff and Magistrate. Quirky place, very good life-like figures in a court-room,. Clean, tidy, well laid out displays of readable information. Handy free car-park nearby too. No longer than...More
A quirky little museum tucked off the main square in Selkirk. It's up two flights of stairs so not suitable really for those with any walking difficulties. This is the place where Sir Walter Scott was the local sheriff and has a set up of...More
Allow half an hour or so for this worthwhile visit, where you will find yourself in the courtroom of Sir Walter, able to walk around the wax work figures seated on the benches, and learn (from the knowledgeable courtroom guide on duty, and from information...More
We visited this attraction as we were in the local area. Met by a lovely young lady who had plenty of time to show us round. Plenty of readable information boards and a little game of find the hidden dog pictures for the children- just...More