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11 September 2021 (See Guided Tour Times)
Mavisbank House is tucked away between the communities of Loanhead, Lasswade and Polton. Its creator, Sir John Clerk, was a major figure in Scottish cultural history. It was constructed in the 1720s and is one of Scotland's earliest examples of a Palladian style villa. Today the house is a ruin. Come and learn of its history and importance.
Sorry, our Doors Open Day Tours are now FULLY BOOKED.
Sturdy footwear is recommended.
Architect: William Adam
Building Date: 1720