William Wallace Monument
Between Dryburgh and Scott’s view there is a car park and a short 15 minute walk will take you through woodland to the impressive Wallace Statue. This giant statue of Sir William Wallace, hero of many years of battling with the neighbouring English in the 13th century, stands in the grounds of Bemersyde House. Made of red sandstone, by John Smith of Darnick, Wallace stands 31 feet high in total looking out over the Tweed with his broadsword in his right hand and his shield resting at his left.
Open all year and free to access.