John Knox House is a beautiful medieval town house set in the centre of Edinburgh's Royal Mile. Once owned by James Mossman, Mary Queen of Scot's Goldsmith, this house is believed to have been the house in which the great reformer John Knox died. The exhibition in the house relates the drama and history of sixteenth century Edinburgh.
43/45 High Street Edinburgh EH1 1SR
0131 5569579 Visit the John Knox House website firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled access : Ground floor only for mobility problems. Virtual computer tour of the house. Guided tour for the blind. Written transcripts for the deaf. Opening Times : Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. Sundays noon-6pm during July and August. Last Admission : Last admissions: 5.30pm. Admission Prices : Adult £5, concessions £4, children £1.