This is a truly unique opportunity to be guided round The Signet Library in all its glory. Delve into the fascinating past of this magnificent building, which has played a key part in Edinburgh’s history. From the Upper Library, said by George IV to be ‘Europe’s finest drawing room’ with its magnificent ceiling to the imposing columns, intricate cornices, and wonderfully ornate gallery balustrade of the Lower Library. With fabulous artwork; historic artifacts and tales of yester years this is an excellent way to spend an hour or so during the Edinburgh Festival.
Experience the history of this most special of Edinburgh’s buildings with an expert guide, and end your tour with a glass of Pommery Brut Royal champagne or a soft drink.
Tours start at 11am Monday - Friday, booking essential, please call 0131 225 0652/1 to book you places.
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The WS Society. The Signet Library, Parliament Square, Edinburgh. EH1 1RF. Tel : +44 131 225 0651. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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