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The Scots Who Built The White House

Selected dates from Thursday 29 November 2018 to Friday 12 April 2019

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An image of detailed stonemasonry work and a window on The White House

In 1794, seven Scottish stonemasons left Edinburgh New Town for Washington DC to help build the official residence of the President of the United States.

Explore their story in our new exhibition. Discover how the stonemasons honed their craft in Edinburgh New Town, and left their mark on the U.S. Presidential Residence at the White House. 

Learn how their legacy still survives in modern Scottish stonemasonry, and how we are celebrating our links across the Atlantic. 

Image © The White House Historical Association

Additional information: Free to visit, just drop in during our opening hours.

Select from 105 available dates until Fri 12 Apr 2019

(This calendar is for informational purposes only, please select a date when booking your tickets.)

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