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Leighton Library

Door open days

14 September 2019 (11 am to 3 pm)

15 September 2019 (11 am to 3 pm)

Stirling

Come and visit Scotland’s oldest purpose-built private library,

prominently located within the centre of the historic Cathedral

City of Dunblane and close to the Golden Post-box. This

impressive Category A Listed traditional building is over 300

years old, it is particularly characterful form the exterior and the

well preserved interior retains furnishings as well as the library’s

collection of books.

The friendly volunteers will be pleased to tell you more about the

history of this wonderful building.

Unfortunately no disabled access - due to forestairs.

Key Information

Architect: James Robinson

Building Date: c.1684

Come and visit Scotland’s oldest purpose-built private library,

prominently located within the centre of the historic Cathedral

City of Dunblane and close to the Golden Post-box. This

impressive Category A Listed traditional building is over 300

years old, it is particularly characterful form the exterior and the

well preserved interior retains furnishings as well as the library’s

collection of books.

The friendly volunteers will be pleased to tell you more about the

history of this wonderful building.

Unfortunately no disabled access - due to forestairs.

Where to find us

Address
  • The Cross,
  • Dunblane
  • FK15 0QA