THE JIM Clark Museum in Duns will be open on the weekend of 18 & 19 February from 11am – 3pm on both days.

AND the racing simulator will be available so visitors will have chance to emulate Jim’s times at the wheel of a 1960s Formula One racing car.

There will be prizes for those who achieve the fastest time on Saturday and Sunday.

And there will also be a children’s trail and quiz with prizes too!

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The entire museum will be fully open for the weekend and this is a great opportunity to bring your family to see this award-winning museum.

Learn about Jim Clark’s record breaking career see his trophy collection, footage of him in action plus some of his cars.

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Kenny Mclean, Learning & Engagement officer said: “This is the first opening of 2023 and we are looking forward to greeting visitors back into the museum. It is going to a lot of fun with lots to do for both big and little kids.”

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Admission is £6 for adults, £5.50 for concessions, £3 for children, under 5s are Free. There is a family ticket of £15 for two adults and up to three children.

All tickets are valid for a calendar year.

Please note: The size of the simulator can’t be adjusted and small children will be unable to reach the pedals.