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Hidden architectural gems and private homes all feature in this year’s Edinburgh Doors Open Day which boasts 14 new entries.Inviting you through the looking glass into this wonderland is the Cockburn Association which has organised the event for more than two decades.It hasn’t been broken up like many homes of this period.“It is covered with purples and pinks and poetry written on the walls as you go up these splendid stairs.It is a bold interpretation, a modern take on a traditional stairwell.”She adds: “There will be a cellist playing on the stairs.”The Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA), which is among the venues opening for first time, has also been recommended by organisers.The Secret Herb Garden, on the list for the first time, will have activities for all ages.
The 120 venues will include celebrated regulars like The Royal College of Surgeons and Magdalen Chapel alongside newcomers like 31 Heriot Row, and the Arcadia Children’s Nursery designed by Malcolm Fraser.Also on the list this year is an ancient church with its very own tram stop, and a museum with the skeleton of a notorious murderer on display.It will provide organised tours of the laboratory facilities plus demonstrations.Grove Community Garden at Fountainbridge has transformed a brownfield site into a thriving community hub and has been ranked as one of the top venues.
Among the newcomers, 31 Heriot Row, a Georgian staircase with a 21st-century twist, is a must-see say organisers.
The staircase and lightwell which were used by the young James Clerk Maxwell for balloon experiments have been boldly re-interpreted by artist Angus Reid through the installation of silhouette and poetry on a giant scale. What they have got is a Georgian house complete with stairwell.