Due to heavy snow we had the place entirely to ourselves for over and hour and it was quite magical although cold by the end!
About Melrose Abbey
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This is a ruined Abbey so only really suitable for fine weather as it is all outside. There is an audio guide, and there are information boards to guide you round too. The ruins are amazing and very interesting. If you are a photographer you...More
My sister-in-law and I were delighted with our tour of Melrose Abbey. This is one of the largest medieval abbeys in Scotland and it is very well preserved. As we walked throughout the abbey, we admired the architecture, the arches and windows that point to...More
We visited many old ruins while in Scotland and Melrose Abbey was one of the most beautiful. If you are into Scottish history, Robert the Bruce's heart is buried here.
Beautiful place definitely worth visiting. Audio guide is very good, provides a lot of interesting information and really enhanced our experience. A lot of walking outside so choose good weather or wrap up warm. Definitely great place for everyone. You can combine the visit with...More
Visited with friends from the Sussex Coast. Wonderful historical site and museum. Our friend is disabled and managed to get round ok - apart from the spiral staircase to the roof!! Ideally placed to wander round Melrose after visiting.
A beautiful historical site, truly lovely. The ruin is quite impressive and as we went in November, very few people there so I was able to take many lovely photos. Melrose is a quaint little village with lovely shops and coffee shops. A very nice...More