Embark on a magical after-dark journey through Monteviot Gardens near Jedburgh, an unrivalled natural backdrop set amongst the beauty of the Scottish Borders’ rolling landscape.
Follow the illuminated path through the stunning gardens and woodland, where dazzling light installations accentuate the natural beauty. Families can create lifelong memories together as they immerse themselves in the enchanting atmosphere.
Don't miss this opportunity to be part of this captivating winter magic amidst the twinkling lights.
Whether it's the first time you've visited Monteviot Gardens or you're a regular visitor, Monteviot Lights promises an unforgettable journey through a world of enchantment. Wrap up warm and prepare for an experience that will wow adults and children alike.
Monteviot Gardens are beautiful and magical backdrop, immersing visitors in a natural oasis.
Monteviot itself is an ancient site, and Dere Street, the Roman road from York to Newstead at Melrose (Trimontium), runs through the park.
The Kerr family acquired the lands in the sixteenth century; the Kerrs themselves are an old Borders family, recorded in the Lowlands from the 12th century.
The present house of Monteviot began as an early-eighteenth century lodge built by the 1st Marquis of Lothian.