The Jim Clark Motorsport Museum is now closed for the festive season. We look forward to seeing you all again in Spring 2021.
Jim Clark was Scotland’s first, and double, Formula One World Champion, Indy 500 winner and one of the greatest racing drivers of all time.
The Jim Clark Motorsport Museum is a-must for motor racing fans and anyone looking for a great day out. Celebrate his life and inspiring racing career with an interactive experience. Explore his incredible career within the motor racing world and his life beyond farming in the Scottish Borders.
Discover Jim’s cars and trophies, watch him race in films from the time, while the simulator will allow you to jump into the driving seat. Take away a memento of your visit from the specially curated gift shop. Check out the leaflet here.
Looking for inspiration? Take a look at our tourism guide to make the most of your trip to the Borders. Plan your journey with Traveline Scotland, using the Borders Buses app or at bordersbuses.co.uk.
Funding has come from Scottish Borders Council, National Lottery Heritage Fund , Museums Galleries Scotland and The Jim Clark Trust. Thank you to Dario Franchitti and Tinguely Museum for kindly donating the cars which feature in the museum.
In November 2019, the museum won The Collection Award at the Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards.
Kids Trail – Lap of the Museum
We have recently launched a new kid’s activity trail! Kids can tour the museum looking out for the toy cars which have been hidden amongst the displays to tick off their map and get a champion sticker. The ‘Lap of the Museum’ was created to replace the fun, hands-on activity for our younger visitors that we had to remove for Covid safety reasons.
This is FREE with purchase of family or children’s tickets.
Plan your visit
Pay once, visit all year.
Adult £5; Concession £4.50; Child £3; Under 5 FREE; Family £14 (2 adults and 2 children).
As a charity, Gift Aid is important to us, please Gift Aid it.
There is free on-street parking, toilets (including disabled toilets and baby changing), gift shop and disabled access. Coach tours are welcome: please get in touch to pre-book. Assistance dogs are welcome.
Historic image (c) Peter Darley.