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John Knox House – John Knox was the leader of the Scottish Protestant Reformation. He is also regarded as the founder of the Presbyterianism.

John Knox’s house dates back from 1490 and is one of the oldest houses in Edinburgh. John Knox lived there in the 1560s. John Knox House has an impressive wooden gallery and hand-painted ceiling and underwent extensive refurbishment recently. The house is located on the Royal Mile very close to the Palace of Holyroodhouse and is now a museum.

Where is John Knox House: Royal Mile, Canongate

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday, 10.00 AM - 6.00 PM
Sunday from 12.00 PM - 6.00 PM (July to August only)

John Knox House Edinburgh

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Patricia Hair says:
I have an original etching of the John Knox House printed in 1909 by Hedley Fitton. I was wondering what it might be worth so I started to do some esearch. I googled the name of the house and found this site.