John Knox House

John Knox House, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1SR
Phone: 0131 556 9579

Dating back to 1470, John Knox House is one of Scotland’s greatest cultural treasures and is associated with the most dramatic events in Scotland’s turbulent history.

Located in the heart of the Royal Mile at The Netherbow, the house was originally the home of James Mosman, goldsmith to Mary, Queen of Scots, and became known as the final residence of John Knox, the Protestant reformer.

This year, for Doors Open Days we invite you to take a virtual walk through on our YouTube channel of John Knox House to explore the story of Scotland’s reformation in this ornate 15th century building.

Edinburgh and East Lothian Doors Open Days is supported by:

Arnold Clark Community FundHinshelwood Gibson TrustEuropean Heritage DaysScottish Civic TrustUrwin Studio Edinburgh Web Design

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