“Eyemouth is a busy fishing port with many interesting buildings and a fascinating history that includes smuggling, shipwrecks and witch-burning. The aim of the Town Trail is to show the visitor to Eyemouth how the town’s building are closely linked with its heritage and to provide a flavour of its development through time.
The Trail is approximately 3km/ 2 miles long and takes about two hours to complete. Those with less time to spare may wish to reduce this by referring to the Trail map in the centre pages.
In order to guide the visitor plaques have been sited along the route of the Trail at specific points of interest and information relating to them can be found within this leaflet. Some of the sites on the Trail are houses and we would ask you to respect the owner’s privacy.
If you would like to find out more about the history of Eyemouth and the surrounding area, the Museum shop carries a wide range of books, maps and leaflets.
We hope you will enjoy walking around the Town Trail and trust that you will have a pleasant stay in Eyemouth.”
Follow the trail through the map linked here.