30 September 2018 (13:00 - 17:00)
A category A-Listed Georgian Townhouse from the early 1800s. It was the home of the Milne family and visited by Robert Louis Stevenson. The building is home to the Edinburgh Baha'i Community, and has been refurbished to bring out the original features.
Year Of Young People: The history of the building includes many entrepreneurial and interesting people who found their footing whilst young and developed through the years, characterising the spirit of the 'Scottish Enlightenment' of the time; their stories being told by the guides will inspire a sense of great achievements, so important for the young of Scotland to recognise as possible for them, and for the older to recognise is within the capability of the young.
Limited wheelchair access.
Parking available Sunday only.
Guided tours, information leaflets/notes, visual displays