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Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks and Main Guard

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One of the first purpose built barracks in England.

Home to history and the arts, Berwick Barracks is the ideal place for a family day out. Built in the early 18th century to the design of the distinguished architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. The 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition gives you an insight into the life of the British infantryman from the Civil War to the First World War. A stone's throw away from the Scottish borders and located in a Georgian market town it also boasts a range of other temporary and permanent exhibitions to explore: The King's Own Scottish Borderers museum, the Berwick Gymnasium Art Gallery and the Berwick Museum and Art Gallery. New for 2018: Step inside the Officer's Mess to delve into the social, political and economic issues that affected ex-servicemen after WW1. The 'Aftermath' exhibition is hosted by the King's Own Scottish Borderers Museum from 31 Mar - 11 Nov 2018. Don't Miss The 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition The King's Own Scottish Borderers Museum The Berwick Museum and Art Gallery

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