29 September 2018 (10:00-15:00)
Built in 1784 as the New Town’s first church, St. Andrew’s (Now St. Andrew’s & St. George’s) Church was designed by Major Andrew Frazer. Its elliptical plan, Britain’s first, responded to a restricted site after Sir Laurence Dundas built on the church’s intended location. The church has a Georgian interior, Adam-style ceiling, notable glass (Webster and Strachan), Wells Kennedy organ, original peel of bells (restored 2006), and interpretation panels.
Architect: Major Andrew Frazer
Building Date: 1784
Activities: Information leaflets/notes, children’s activities, visual displays, stewards/volunteer at key points, musical recitals, café open for refreshments. Messy Church for children from 10 until 12:30; please arrive on time if you want to be involved.
Limited wheelchair access