From traces of prehistoric hunters .....
.... to the remains of Second World War defences.

The past is out there!

If you would like to explore the rich archaeological heritage of Tweeddale or learn more about archaeology in general, please come along to one of our regular meetings.


Thursday 15th February 2018

Lecture by Dr Graeme Cavers (AOC Archaeology)
“Excavations at Black Loch of Myrton: an early Iron Age village in SW Scotland”
7.30pm at Walkershaugh Community Centre, Peebles.

During the previous season a series of trenches revealed a substantial 1.2M thick clay-bonded stone wall standing to circa 1M which formed the N end of Building 2 at the N end of the row of buildings ....More...

Shootinglee 2016 update

One of the aims of Peeblesshire Archaeological Society is to promote awareness of the extremely rich archaeological heritage of the region. In recent years, the Society has undertaken successful projects on local sites....More...

"Adopt a monument"- Harehope Cairn

A new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland supported by Glenmorangie shows for the first time how silver, not gold, became the most important precious metal in Scotland over the course of the first millennium AD....More...



"Peebles Archaeological Society Times" - October 2017