The Flodden 1513 Ecomuseum is an open museum which links together 41 sites in 32 places. It includes physical locations, objects, archives and other aspects of heritage, which have a connection to the Battle of Flodden, through history, folklore, or legend.
The sites are all existing attractions in the care of their communities and include castles, bridges, churches, museums, walls, statues, and of course the battlefield itself.
As well as these physical places to visit, the Ecomuseum also encompasses traditions such as the border Ride Outs and also the bagpiping tune of Floo'ers O' The Forest.
All the Ecomuseum sites, and the information found on this website, together tell the wider story of the Battle of Flodden from multiple perspectives.
Don’t forget to call in at the old red telephone box in the village, which has been converted into one of the smallest visitor centres in the world!
You can download the A3 Flodden 1513 Ecomuseum leaflet by clicking on the images below.