While in the same district (Carlisle) try to visit Jedburgh Abbey, Melrose Abbey and their woolen mills. Melrose Abbey is thought to be the resting place of the heart of Robert the Bruce. You can also visit Caerlaverrock Castle and the nearby corn mill.
Moffat is also worth seeing, being a very old town with its own woolen mill and a magnificently sculptured ram topping a monument placed at the city centre. Robert Burns, Scotland’s national bard spent the most productive years of his literary career.
In the city of Dumfries. The Burns enthusiast would be remiss if he didn’t visit the church where the Burns family attended services, the Globe Inn where he met his many friends, the house where he lived, the local artifacts at museums and his final resting place.