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Cine
“Formerly a disused spinning mill featuring a 14-foot high Victorian waterwheel, Heart of Hawick has been completely transformed into Hawick’s premier entertainment venue including café overlooking the Slitrig River. An 108 seat auditorium cinema screens quality crowd-pleasers and family films, foreign language and art-house showings as well as broadcasts of the latest productions from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal Opera House. We also host some wonderful performances with live music every Monday and a theatre programme throughout the year.”
  • Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
Bar
“This is a lovely restaurant within a beautiful Victorian building (previously used as a Bank) retaining many of its original period features, serving morning coffee, with scones and cakes, light lunches and an extensive evening meal menu. Well stocked bar serving cocktails and an extensive array of over 50 Malt Whiskeys. Very friendly service, great food at an affordable price. 12 High St, Hawick TD9 9EH...Tel-01450 377045”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Museum
“Discover a town’s treasures in an historic house in beautiful parkland. Hawick Museum is home to objects and artworks that are not just about Hawick, but a window on the world. There is always something new to see with a lively programme of changing art and museum exhibitions throughout the year. The Jimmie Guthrie and Steve Hislop exhibitions showcase the lives of Hawick’s two tragic motorcycle champions. The newly-refurbished War Memorial Room reveals the stories of Hawick’s people in Britain’s wars with military memorabilia, wartime souvenirs and audio-visuals. Discover a town's treasure in an historic house set in beautiful parkland. This 18th century mansion became home to the town's museum in 1910 - the oldest museum in the Scottish Borders. The objects and fine works of art collected are not just about Hawick, but are a window on the world. The Jimmie Guthrie and Steve Hislop exhibitions showcase the lives and achievements of Hawick's two tragic motorcycle champions, making the museum a magnet for motorcyclists. The museum, sited next to Hawick’s impressive war memorial, houses the town's hand-painted Rolls of Honour for those who lost their lives in the two world wars. The newly-refurbished War Memorial Room tells the story of Hawick's people in Britain's wars, with a fascinating collection of military memorabilia and wartime souvenirs on display. Families will enjoy the Old Schoolroom and Park Gallery with their hands-on activities. There's always something new to see with a lively programme of changing museum, art and craft exhibitions throughout the year, with accompanying activities.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
Bar
“Very good Sunday carvery from 12.30 -7 pm. Do not be put off by appearance or location! Good pub food and friendly service.”
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local
Hotel
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local
Museum
“Drumlanrig's Tower is a beautifully restored building which uses period rooms, figures and audio-visuals to explain the turbulent past of the town and the tower. Drumlanrig's Tower houses the local Tourist Information centre, as well as exhibits on on the town, its History, and the Knitwear Industry, with a new exhibit showcasing the best of the work of the Towns Mills. After being renovated during the £10 million Heart of Hawick regeneration project, It has been renamed the "Border Textile Towerhouse" and tells the story behind some of the worlds most famous fashions as well as hosting events and supporting many projects incorporating fashion and textiles. The tower is open all year round and admission is free.”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Bar
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“Good atmosphere, serve food till 11pm, choice of coffee tea soft drinks and beers and wine. Wi-fi.”
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local
Cine
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local