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Dryburgh Abbey

  • 4.6

  • from 362 Google reviews

A large lawn in front of a stone building
A large lawn in front of a stone building

Schottland Dryburgh Abbey by de.wikipedia. CC-BY-SA-3.0

About the garden

Medieval ruin and grounds.

Opening times

1 Apr to 30 Sept: Daily, 9.30am to 5.30pm 1 Oct to 31 Mar: Daily, 10am to 4pm

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No cafe or restaurant on site

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 362 Google reviews

Tom Mul

5 months ago

1

Abbey is fenced off because like most of Historic Scotland sites, this ruined abbey has been recently deemed unsafe by some safety nerd. Abbey grounds closed at 3pm - on a Saturday afternoon- in July! We wouldn't have been able to go in anyway because we didn't book (bear in mind you're only walking around outside) What a joke outfit Historic Scotland are.

julie rodgers

3 months ago

5

One of my absolute favourite places to visit in the Scottish borders. It's just so beautiful and peaceful and has really good, clean toilet facilities, which I find is lacking in most other tourist attractions in the borders so well done Dryburgh Abby, I'll be back soon.

Hamish McGovern

5 months ago

5

The Abbey is fenced off, as it getting a survey at present, admission is free. You can walk round it and can see it. Pretty big. There are loads of really amazing trees, centuries old, huge. One goes back to 1136 Helpful staff, very friendly. Hamish n Margaret.

Neil Mckay

3 months ago

5

Lovely and peaceful. Shame it was fenced off for high-level inspection work.

Jonathan s

4 months ago

4

Near the river tweed tranquil. Sir Walter Scott born here.

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01835 822 381

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