The Georgian House
7 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh,, EH2 4DR
Phone: 0131 225 2160
The Georgian House, a grand New Town house in Charlotte Square, was designed by celebrated classical architect Robert Adam in 1790. Three floors have been authentically restored and furnished to reflect the luxurious lifestyle of the first owners, the Lamont family, who moved in in 1796.
On Sunday 26th September you are invited to discover some of the hidden gems here at The Georgian House as our volunteer guides talk about some of their favourite objects and how they illustrate life in Edinburgh’s New Town (further details below).
To celebrate the life of Sir Walter Scott for the 250th anniversary of his birth, we will also show a recording of our volunteers dancing The Lady of the Lake in the beautiful Drawing Room!
If you can’t make it along in person this year we hope you will enjoy a short “virtual visit” below to 18th century Georgian Edinburgh.
Visit in Person
The Georgian House will be open for free to Doors Open Days visitors on Sunday 26th September from 10am to 3pm (last admission).
Numbers will be strictly limited to 8 people every 15 minutes. Pre-booking via the link below is essential.