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Lennoxlove House

April 09, 2013
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Nestled in Haddington’s surrounding pasture, the Home of the Duke of Hamilton is open to visitors all year round, where delights include the death mask of Mary, Queen of Scots, grand paintings and many other artefacts, such as portraits, archives, furnishings, china and memorabilia which create a unique record of the three families who played important roles in Scotland’s political and cultural past. In 2006 the Duke and Duchess of Hamilton began an extensive renovation project to renew the life of the house. As a result the House, dating back to the 1300s has been restored to its former glory including ornate cornicing and marble features.

Visit Lennoxlove House between Easter and October and you will be taken on a detailed tour of the house by an experienced guide.Opening Times: Easter Sunday: Tours from 1.30pm until 4.00pm, every half hour.
Easter Monday: Tours from 1.30pm until 4.00pm, every half hour.
Then every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday:
May to September: Tours every half hour from 1.30pm. Last tour at 4.00pm
April and October: Tours every hour from 1.30pm. Last tour at 3.30pm.

Admission for tours are:
Adults – £5.00
Children under 12 – £3.00
Tel: 01620 823720

Getting there:
15 min drive from Duck’s. Follow A198 on to the A6137 to Haddington, continue on A6137 through two roundabouts. Turn left at A6093 continue till right turn at B6368. Lennoxlove is sign posted on the left. Post Code: EH41 4NZ

Link: www.lennoxlove.com

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