John Knox House
Dating back to 1470, and now incorporated into the Scottish Storytelling Centre, 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 Netherbow, the halfway point in the Royal Mile and the site of Edinburgh's medieval gateway, the House was the home of James Mosman, goldsmith to Mary Queen of Scots, and became known as the final residence of John Knox, the Protestant reformer...Read more
For storytelling tours of John Knox House (20+), please contact Moira Hay in advance at email@example.com or on +44 (0)131 556 9579.
Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm all year In July to August only, the House is open on Sundays from 12-6pm
Adult - £5.00
Concession - £4.00
Children over 7 - £1.00
Children under 7 - Free