My husband and I really enjoyed this little museum. It gave us some insight into life in Edinburgh outside of castles and palaces and closes. The displays, period furniture, stories of the people who lived there, and the construction were impressive. The docents stationed in various rooms were excellent - very informative and willing to answer any questions. Even though it is located right on the Royal Mile, I think too many people miss it or don't bother to go in, but we thought it was well worth the time and the admission charge.
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