Cramond was originally Caer Amon the fort on the River Almond. The Kirk probably dates back to the post-Roman settlement and stands on the site of the Fort Headquarters. The tower is the oldest part of the building, dating back to the 15th century although the parapet was not added until 1811. The building has been remodelled twice, once in 1656 and again in 1911, but has retained many features of from its history including the extensive graveyard.
Year Of Young People:�Displays showing history of the Sunday School, Scouting & Guiding in Cramond. Displays of Godly Play materials from Sunday School.
Building Date: 15th century
Limited wheelchair access, wheelchair access with assistance.