Scottish Borders Attractions
The largest of the Scottish Borders towns is Hawick and is the furthest town in Scotland to the sea shore.
Renowned for centuries in the textile industry with names of Pringle and cashmere linked with Hawick .
Wool was the heart of this town and there are still many places you can buy great woollens.
Hawick has a textile museum
and a must see is Wilton Lodge Park with many attractions including a
memorial bust of Bill McLaren the voice of Scottish rugby for almost 50 years.