Scottish Storytelling Centre

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43-45 High St, Edinburgh, LOTHIAN EH1 1SR 43-45 High St, Edinburgh Directions
Today 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Open All Hours
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A medieval building dating back to 1470, John Knox House is Edinburgh's only surviving structure of its type. Equipped with an audio guide, visitors can explore the house associated with The Scottish Reformation, which led to civil war and the abdication of Mary, Queen of Scots. Guests will hear about the house's famous inhabitants including John Knox, a clergyman and writer, and James Mosman – jeweller and goldsmith to Mary, Queen of Scots – as well as the intruder-deterring tricks and traps, and The Oak Room's veiled devil.

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Great insight into life gone by ..
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Report | 16 days ago
One of the oldest houses in the city, with a fascinating history covering much more than John Knox.
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Threre is not much to be seenn. Rooms almost empty.
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VERY ENJOYABLE VISIT very nice cafe
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Small and compact but a really important bit of Edinburghs/Scotlands history
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Super piece of Scottish history, well worth a visit.
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Really interesting step back in time
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Lovely house, beautiful ceilings. Prominent position on the Royal Mile
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Nice, interesting museum with a lovely tea room.
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Great experience staff friendly and welc
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