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Three Hills Roman Heritage Centre- Trimontium Museum

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Market Square | The Ormiston, Melrose TD6 9PN, Scotland
+44 1896 822651
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Run by enthusiastic volunteers this is a great little museum packed with interest. Two pounds to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Emma g
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Lynsted, United Kingdom
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Fantastic little museum

This really is a great little museum. If it was better laid out it would get a 5. It was very quiet... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Anita H
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Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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Market Square | The Ormiston, Melrose TD6 9PN, Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Run by enthusiastic volunteers this is a great little museum packed with interest. Two pounds to enter buys you a chance to understand how the Romans settled and lived in the borders. You can handle artefacts and the volunteers are genuinely proud and interested in...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This really is a great little museum. If it was better laid out it would get a 5. It was very quiet the day we visited and got a brilliant guided tour from the chap taking payments. His knowledge, friendly chat and enthusiasm were wonderful...More

Thank Anita H
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Reviewed 27 May 2018

The lady who greeted us was pleasant, friendly and informative. She cared about our seeing the museum finds and appreciating the content. There is much to see and guided walks at Trimontium are available on some days.

1  Thank CumbrianLady2015
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Reviewed 18 May 2018

What does Trimontium Newstead ( Melrose ) roman site mean to you. If like us not a lot then a trip to this great little museum is needed to understand this remarkable site. For a £2 entrance fee a very friendly and knowledgeable lady amazed...More

Thank 186545Dave
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

This museum is a must see and visit. Amazing amount of historical artifacts including silver dinari found in Scottish Borders. Staff are very friendly and their knowledge of the Roman history in the area is fantastic

Thank Weerux
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Reviewed 24 November 2017

An independent museum open to the public from March to October. Trimontium Museum Trust also offers a range of guided walks to the nearby site of an important Roman fort complex at Newstead which was a major strategic point north of Hadrian's Wall and the...More

1  Thank minervamidsummer
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

This is quite a small museum, but it's jammed full of stuff and well worth your time. There are many photos of the sites and information boards about Trimontium and other local sites. Some of the really important discoveries, such as the cavalry parade helmets,...More

Thank Alfred A
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

First things first: this Museum is NOT open on Sundays, so ignore the web pages that say it is. I was very lucky to be given a tour by the curator, a charming gentleman and a classicist, who went pout of his way to assist...More

1  Thank Patrick W
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Reviewed 5 August 2017

This small museum in the Market Square in Melrose is a must visit. Although small it has a very interesting layout crammed with Roman treasures including a horde of silver Denari found on nearby Synton Hill. The museum has a very good selection of books,...More

Thank Weerux
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Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

The museum is small but full of interesting artifacts and brought to life by the very enthusiastic volunteers. We visited with our four children aged between 5 and 13. We spent an hour looking at what was on display before setting off on the afternoon...More

1  Thank Kay A
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