This was one of the last buildings designed by famous architect Robert Adam, just a year before he died. Charlotte Square was ... More
West Register House
This was one of the last buildings designed by famous architect Robert Adam, just a year before he died. Charlotte Square was faithfully built to his designs but this building, originally the St George Church, was simplified on the grounds of expense. It has recently been refurbished as West Register House and holds the Scottish Records Office documents, for which there is a search room. It features changing documentary exhibitions, and boasts the Declaration of Arbroath of 1320 on permanent display. Admission: is free.
Hidden away down a little closie just off the Royal Mile is one of Edinburgh's oldest houses. This charming medieval
tenement now houses the DOM Home For The Arts. This unique European arts center was set in 1996 and ...
This impressive red sandstone building and former Victorian Fire House hosts a fascinating museum, that charts the history of the
oldest fire brigade in Britain. The impressive collection at Museum of Fire includes old fireman's uniforms, equipment, steam appliances, ...
It's not certain that John Knox, the 16th century Reformation leader, actually died here but he might have, so there's
a museum inside this 15th century house dedicated to all things Reformatory. Find out all about John Knox's concerns ...
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