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The home of 'The Edinburgh Malt' is located in the rolling farmland of East Lothian and houses an excellent exhibition in the listed red brick buildings.
less than 5 miles
A large and sophisticated castle with a spectacular facade of faceted stonework in an Italian style added, following a visit to Italy, by the Earl of Bothwell between 1581 and 1591.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
A grand old Medieval church built in 1449, by William Crichton Lord Chancellor of Scotland.
Prestongrange is on the site of a former colliery. It tells the story - past and present - of local industries and the people who worked in them.
Seashore Gallery is located in the small historic fishing village of Cockenzie & Port Seton, home of world renown artist John Bellany. The gallery overlooks the Firth of Forth and is on the John Muir Trail.
Historic Buildings & Homes
Home of the Duke of Hamilton, dating from 14th century.
A beautifully preserved ecclesiastical building in a wooded setting.
With the backdrop of mature woodland the garden at Inwood, of which a fine Cornus contraversa variagata forms the centerpiece, sits snugly around the house.
less than 10 miles
Delve deep into the past into one of Edinburgh's most intriguing and enigmatic sites and discover Edinburgh's best kept secret.
Dalkeith Country Estate is a very special place. Only 5 miles from Edinburgh city centre, Dalkeith Country Estate is your great centre for a fun family day out.