A new exhibition on the 20th century history of Traquair has opened at the house. From the early years when the property was used mainly as a shooting lodge, its connection with visiting suffragettes, its tragic family losses during the First World War and its development into a major tourist attraction are all featured. The exhibition includes film clips from home movies in the 1960s and an opening sequence from the film Tamlin, filmed at Traquair, starring Ava Gardner from 1969.
Traquair is also launching its own app to guide visitors around.
It includes a guided tour by Catherine Maxwell Stuart, 21st Lady of Traquair, who rersearched and wrote much of the material.