John Knox Edinburgh Building, Royal Mile Historic House Photos, Location, History, Phone
John Knox House Edinburgh
Historic Scottish Building, High Street, Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland
post updated 26 January 2022
Address: 43/45 High Street (Royal Mile), Old Town, central Edinburgh
Contact John Knox House : +44 (0)131 556 9579
John Knox House
John Knox House + adjacent building photo © Adrian Welch
The original 15th century house is largely unaltered since the 1550′s when the Mosman family, Goldsmiths to Mary Queen of Scots, remodelled the house. John Knox, leader of the Scottish Reformation and founder of the Presbyterian Church, lived here for a short time before dying here in 1572.
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John Knox House: © Adrian Welch
Immediate context to West, up Royal Mile Edinburgh:
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John Knox House + adjacent building © Adrian Welch
John Knox House is maintained by the Church of Scotland, the museum holds an exhibition about Knox’s life and times.
Old Town Context: ‘Gordon of Rothiemay plan’ of 1647 with John Knox House just off thumbnail to right:
Contact the John Knox House: +44 (0)131 556 9579/2647
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Scottish Country Houses in Edinburgh & Lothian
Key Buildings in Scotland – architectural selection below:
Glasgow School of Art
photo © Adrian Welch
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