Sunday, 25 March 2012 21:44
Tenement HouseWritten by Administrator
The Tenement House is a typical Victorian tenement flat of 1892, which retains many of its original fittings, such as gas lamps and the splendid kitchen range. Take a nostalgic step back in time!
What to see & do
There are two parts to the property: the Tenement House itself which is on the first floor, and the exhibition which is in the Reception flat on the ground floor.
Visitors are advised to see the Tenement House first and then return to the Reception flat to see the exhibition on tenement life and the collection of Miss Toward’s papers.
Visitors are welcome to go round the rooms in any order they wish. Room Guides are on duty to answer visitors’ questions.
If you would like a copy of the children’s quiz, please ask staff on duty in The Tenement House. A clipboard and pencil are also provided.
Tenement House is run by the National Trust for Scotland. For more information including opening hours and admission, please see the website.
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