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Skip-the-Line Abbotsford House Ticket, Edinburgh

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily 

  • Duration

    You may spend as long as you wish

  • Start time

    10am to 4pm 

  • Meeting Point

    Make your way to Abbotsford House, Abbotsford Terrace, TD6 9BQ, Edinburgh.

    Bus: Take line 964 and get off at Abbotsford House.

  • Ending Point

    n/a

Key Highlights

  • Discover the life story of one of Scotland’s great poets and writers – Sir Walter Scott
  • See the treasure trove of objects and artefacts that inspired him
  • Take a stroll in the gardens and be inspired
  • Both printed and smartphone voucher accepted

Overview

What inspires you? A beautiful garden? Gorgeous house? Stunning scenery? Well visit Abbotsford House, and you’ll soon discover what inspired one of Scotland’s great poets – Sir Walter Scott. The poet bought Abbotsford House in the Scottish Borders almost 200 years ago. 

Maybe it’ll inspire you too? Explore the mansion and its gardens. Discover a wealth of objects and artefacts that made their way into his work. Learn about his life and the many achievements he got through his plays, novels and poetry. The beautiful garden looks like it sprung straight from one of Scott’s historical romances - he designed it himself with advice from artists, architects, and friends.

Other highlights will include seeing the Juliette balcony and the Rapunzel tower. So what inspires you? Well, after a visit here, writing poetry may well be high on the list. Poetry in motion. 

Inclusions

  • Skip-the-line entrance to Abbotsford house, the visitor centre and gardens

Please note

Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)

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