Traquair House

Description

(on B709, One mile from Innerleithen). Oldest inhabited house in Scotland. Visited by 27 Scottish monarchs since 1107. Extensive and varied collections of books, documents, glass, porcelain and embroideries. Particularly rich in associations with Mary Queen of Scots and the Jacobites. Walks, tearoom, maze, brewery museum, gift shop and craft workshops, dolls collection and mini adventure playground.

Contact Information

Innerleithen
EH44 6PW
  01896 830323
  Visit the Traquair House website
  enquiries@traquair.co.uk

Useful Information

Disabled access : Partial access to house.
Opening Times : Daily from April 2-October 31, weekends only in November. April, May and September: noon-5pm. June, July and August: 10.30am-5pm. Oct: 11am-4pm. Nov: 11am-3pm.
Last Admission : Last admissions: 4pm to house.
Admission Prices : House & grounds: Adults £7.50, child £4, seniors £6.80, family £21. Grounds: Adults £4, concessions £2.50. Groups, house and grounds (min 20 people): Adults £6.50, seniors £6, child £3.50. Guide books £4.

Location Information