Opening hours from 1 Dec are Fri-Sun 10am-6pm. John Knox House dates back to 1470, which makes it and Moubray House attached, the oldest, original medieval building surviving on the Royal Mile. The house is associated with one of the most dramatic and turbulent times in Scottish History – The Scottish Reformation – which resulted in the outbreak of civil war and the abdication of Mary, Queen of Scots. About your Booking & Visit: Covid-19 Update as of November 2020: Please note the following Scottish Government travel restrictions - If you live in a Level 3 local authority area you should avoid any unnecessary travel out of the area If you live in a Level 0, 1, or 2 area in Scotland, or are considering travel to Scotland from anywhere else, you should minimise unnecessary journeys between areas in different levels and avoid any unnecessary travel to places in Level 3 or Level 4 areas. To ensure your safety we will be limiting visitors to one household per 20 min slot. To secure a time slot please add one ticket to your basket and pay a £5 deposit. This deposit will be deducted from your groups admission fee which is to be paid on arrival at the John Knox House. If you have a Voucher or Edinburgh Pass please call us to book your time slot. Please have your voucher code or pass details to hand when you call. John Knox House is a self-guided tour (approximately 45min -1hr). We have both written and audio guides available for download via QR code on arrival. A small number of physical copies of our written guide are available in large print and other languages at Reception. Your details will be kept for the purpose of the NHS Test & Protect campaign and be deleted after 21 days.To cancel your booking and qualify for a full refund please get in touch 48 hours before your booking.
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