The Jim Clark Room

A Museums & Art Galleries in Scottish Borders

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A museum dedicated to the life of one man, Jim Clark, who, born in Fife, but raised near Duns, became one of the greatest world champions that motor racing has ever seen.

Situated in Newtown Street, opposite the Borders College building, this is a unique collection of memorabilia, including trophies awards and photographs of his life and sport.

A leaflet - 'The Jim Clark Trail' - highlights places in the area linked to his life and career.

Opening Hours (2014)

End March - End September
Monday to Saturday: 10.30 to 13.00 & 14.00 to 16.30
Sunday: 14:00 to 16:00
October
Monday to Saturday: 13:00 to 16:00
Sunday: Closed.

Admission is free

The Jim Clark Room

44 Newtown Street,
Duns
TD11 3AU
T 01361 883 960‎
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Scottish Borders

This is a region which is drenched in the blood of countless battles with the English, and its many ruined castles and abbeys bear witness to this. It also has inspired the country's greatest poets and writers such as Robert Burns, John Buchan and Sir Walter Scott. The wildest and most spectacular scenery is to be found in the southern part of the region, but it is along the central valley of the River Tweed, between Peebles in the west and Kelso in the east, where you'll find most of the historic attractions. The hill walking and spa-town atmosphere of Peebles is recommended.