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Brunton Theater

Brunton Theater would provide the visitors an ample space to enjoy dance, childrens shows, music, film, and plays; that too, under single roof. The ‘Bistro’ over here remains open from Mondays to Saturdays wherein pre-theater meals, snacks, and lunch can be availed of.

Craigmillar Castle

Craigmillar Castle is inclusive of a courtyard, gardens, and a ‘tower house’. Constructed in the fifteenth century, on site of previous fortress, this monument had been home to Preston Family. It is said to have powerful links with Queen of Scots, i.e. Mary, who went on to seek retreat here after her secretary, i.e. David rizzio’s murder at Holyrood in the year 1566. Amongst various trials and tribulations, this castle got gifted to Scotland in the year 1946. It has been maintained by ‘Historic Scotland’ right now.



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