September 22, 2014
DOORS OPEN DAY 2014
Built on part of the City Wall, our building on Victoria Terrace has seen re-use over four centuries as a tannery, an Institute for the Relief of Incurables, sweet manufacturing, a bomb shelter and a copper etching works.
Come and learn about the history of the building and surrounding area, admire the unusual views across the City’s Southside, including Heriot’s, Greyfriars and Arthur’s Seat and see work of the Practice.
A tour through the building, via our courtyard garden, will emerge in the West Bow.