Jedburgh Abbey

Scottish Borders


Jedburgh Abbey is the ruins of an Augustinian abbey built in the 12th century in the town of Jedburgh. For visitors, it is a rare opportunity to experience an 1100-year-old Abbey church, as well as its monasteries and residential buildings.

Take in its size – of all Scottish abbeys, Jedburgh may give the best idea of the scale of a major Scottish monastic house. Visitors can admire the huge monastic churches that compare Roman and early Gothic architectural styles. 


Jedburgh Abbey has a cloister and herb garden to explore, and a visitor centre containing 8th century carvings and artifacts. 

Where we are

4/5 Abbey Bridge End, Jedburgh

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