|29th November 2021|
|Palace open 11am - 3pm|
The Palace of Holyroodhouse
The Palace of Holyroodhouse Canongate, Edinburgh East EH8 8DX
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The Holyrood Ordinal dates back to the fifteenth century, and provided a book of rules and information for all aspects of life at the Augustinian Abbey of Holyrood.
Discover this extraordinary Scottish liturgical manuscript up close for one day, with short talks from our curator.
Talks take place at 12:00 and 14:00.
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Come and see the beautiful Christmas decorations at the Palace and step back in time to discover how Mary, Queen of Scots would have celebrated Christmas over 400 years ago.
Join artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb for an exploration of the 19th century Christmas through antique objects, many from her own collection which inspire her intricate etchings.
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In celebration of 175 years of ground-breaking research into religion, spirituality and the arts, the University Of Edinburgh's School of Divinity is delighted to host it's first ever literary festiva
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Join us at Gladstone's Land for this lecture and take a fresh look at taxidermy. What was it for; and what did it say about the class who commissioned and displayed it in their houses?