29 September 2018 (11:00 - 17:00)
30 September 2018 (11:00 - 17:00)
The Maltings is part of a late 17th century inn complex, the inn itself (Royal Oak Inn) having been demolished in the 1970s. The Maltings is now an education and exhibition centre, while its associated brewhouse houses an archive of local documents, photographs, ephemera etc. The earliest Mesolithic occupation of Scotland has been identified near the Maltings and the exhibition contains artefacts from then until the present.
Guided walks at 2:00PM each day, lasting around 2 hours covering the area?s history. Information leaflets/notes, children?s activities, visual displays, architectural models, stewards/volunteers at key points.
Year Of Young People: Children's activities on both days, on development of early writing. Tabletop games on the Roman occupation of Cramond.