These are the best museums in Berwick-upon-Tweed:
Lindisfarne CastleBerwick-upon-TweedLindisfarne Castle is a museum on Holy Island near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland. The Castle is a Grade 1 listed building which was built in 1550 as a fort to protect the Island's harbor. After being decommissioned in 1893, the building was renovated in 1903-6 by Edwin Lutyens for his friend Ed
Paxton HouseBerwick-upon-TweedPaxton House is a museum in Berwick upon Tweed. The museum features exhibits related to Costume and Textiles, Fine Art, Decorative and Applied Art, Architecture, Social History and Archives. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include Rococo plasterwork by George Morrison, stuccioist, Furn
Norham CastleBerwick-upon-TweedCommanding a vital ford over the River Tweed, Norham was one of the strongest of the border castles, and the most often attacked by the Scots. Besieged at least 13 times - once for nearly a year by Robert Bruce - it was called 'the most dangerous and adventurous place in the country'. But even its
King's Own Scottish Borderers Regimental MuseumBerwick-upon-TweedKing's Own Scottish Borderers Regimental Museum is a museum in Berwick Upon Tweed. The museum features exhibits related to: weapons and war.