Three hundred years of Christmas traditions
Experience how people celebrated Christmas from the 17th century through to the early-20th century with period-appropriate decorations, food and activities in one of Edinburgh's oldest houses on the Royal Mile.
The ticket price includes a glass of mulled wine (or non-alcoholic equivalent)
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