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Jim Clark Room

49 Newtown Street, Duns TD11 3AU, Scotland
+44 1361 884114
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Must see this - look listen and learn.

Loved the photo's silverware, and videos about the legendary F1 racing driver, so pleased to be... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Linda H
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Small but dignified

Came on a really rainy day, really glad we did. A very warm welcome to this small display. Nothing... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Leeds, United Kingdom
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“motor racing” (8 reviews)
“his life” (6 reviews)
“small museum” (4 reviews)
49 Newtown Street, Duns TD11 3AU, Scotland
+44 1361 884114
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved the photo's silverware, and videos about the legendary F1 racing driver, so pleased to be able to contribute to the new state of the art museum that is planned. Well worth a visit. Don't miss.

Thank Linda H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Came on a really rainy day, really glad we did. A very warm welcome to this small display. Nothing flashy, but dignified, rather like the man himself. He let his driving do the talking. Even his grave lists him first as a farmer! Great displays,...More

Thank Tezerez
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Small but a superb tribute to Jim Clark, arguably the greatest F1 driver ever. Packed full of information and memorabilia from Jim's early days right up to his sad death. Well worth a visit.

Thank DoubleV&C
Reviewed 6 May 2017

This is not a museum, but a celebration of the competitive life of Jim Clark. There is lots of interesting information about his racing career, and memorabilia, especially trophies, fill the main room. There is a good video shown of his racing life, which came...More

Thank Woodgates
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Although this is a very small museum it is packed with information about Jim Clark and his life. There are several informative videos of his races.

Thank scotworldtraveller
Reviewed 15 April 2017

2017 April 7th visit, to pay my respects to my hero. Made my donation to the new museum, hope you get that target people, see you in 2018, 50 years on

Thank robv12
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Amazing Museum and cannot wait for the new additions in 2018. Finally visited with my partner (who is a non F1 fan) and we both loved it. I am the F1 fan and truly loved the whole set-up, lovely staff and so much information, trophies,...More

1  Thank IM2078
Reviewed 8 October 2016

I have been wanting to visit the Jim Clark Room for years, but never been in that part of the country. This is a very personal museum, which is a must for anyone interested in the sport, or who appreciates sporting greats. It is only...More

1  Thank Roonmeisters
Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

I have been meaning to visit this museum for years but for various reasons never quite making it, a very personal museum and well worth the trip. There are plans for expansion which will only make it better. Lots of trophies and details of Jim...More

Thank Madboiler
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Confession time: I have no interest in Formula One. In my opinion, it's one of the dullest forms of motorsport. However, as a general sport enthusiast, I am aware of Jim Clark and his achievements. Passing close to Duns, I decided to visit the Memorial...More

Thank Andrew G
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